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Kate Davies

Kate Davies

  • 5 stars across 31 books
Kate Davies lives in London, where she writes children's books, performs improv comedy, and spends too much money on cheese. She also edits other people's children's books and she once worked at Buckingham Palace, selling tea towels to tourists. She never met the queen, but she did get to stroke a corgi once.
3rd July 2014

Kings and Queens

Kings and Queens have always provided their subjects with a great deal to talk about. But how much do we really know abo... MoreKings and Queens

(3 reviews) Review
1st June 2012

What's Science all about?

This book contains the following Usborne titles: What's biology all about?, What's chemistry all about? and What's physi... MoreWhat's Science all about?

(3 reviews) Review
1st September 2016

Sticker Pirates

Sail the ocean waves with fierce pirates through the ages, from vicious Viking raiders to the pirates of the Caribbean a... MoreSticker Pirates

(3 reviews) Review
29th January 2011

Noah's Ark

A beautifully illustrated re-telling of one of the best-loved stories in the Bible. Simple text to excite and inspire be... MoreNoah's Ark

(2 reviews) Review
1st June 2015

Sticker Sports

A colourful sticker book full of athletes to prepare for big sporting events including a rugby match, tennis game, Grand... MoreSticker Sports

(2 reviews) Review
28th November 2008

See Under the Sea

A fabulous flap book with over 80 flaps to lift and extra pages to open up to explore life under the sea. Shows coral re... MoreSee Under the Sea

(2 reviews) Review
6th January 2020

The Incredible Hotel

A stunning, nostalgic picture book about a beautiful hotel and the people who stay, live and work there. Perfect f... MoreThe Incredible Hotel

(2 reviews) Review
25th February 2006


One of Usborne's most enduring and well-known series has been given an exciting new look. Each guide has been completely... MoreButterflies

(2 reviews) Review
1st September 2011

The Daydreamer

Aesop's fable retold for beginner readers ready to tackle slightly more complicated storylines and sentence structures. ... MoreThe Daydreamer

(1 review) Review
5th October 2017

Illumanatomy: See inside the human body with your magic viewing lens

A 2019 Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students: K-12 (National Science Teachers Association and the Children's Boo... MoreIllumanatomy: See inside the human body with your magic viewing lens

(1 review) Review
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