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Julia Rawlinson

  • 5 stars across 9 books
    Julia Rawlinson lives in Kenilworth, West Midlands, with her husband Neil and sons Ben and Tom. She has published poems in a number of anthologies. Tim Warnes lives in Dorset with his wife and young son. He is best known for illustrating the award-winning LITTLE TIGER and SANTA books for Little Tiger Press.
    28th March 2013

    Sweet

    Take a pinch of charm and magic and lashings of laughter and you have the perfect recipe for the delicious second nove... More

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    1st September 2010

    Ferdie's Christmas

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    6th March 2006

    Rosie's Special Surprise

    Nosy Rosie liked to know everything about everything, but Daddy Rabbit was planning a special surprise. Nosy Rosie kept ... More

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    1st May 2011

    Dragon's Lost Roar

    Dragon woke and stretched his wings and said "I feel like eating things..." but when he needs his big scary roar he gets... More

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    1st July 2013

    Rosie's Special Surprise

    Nosy Rosie likes to know everything about everything. So when Daddy Rabbit says he has a special surprise, she hops of... More

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    7th February 2005

    Fred and the Little Egg

    Fred wants to hatch an egg. So he sets off to find an egg of his very own. And it isn't long before he finds a teeny wee... More

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    1st July 2008

    Mule School

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