Liz Gogerly

Liz Gogerly

  • 5 stars across 130 books
Liz Gogerly is a writer and editor of children's information books and a former teacher. She has worked on a wide variety of books and has a specialist knowledge of history and biographies.
13th August 2020

Heroes Who Help Us From Around the World

Nurture a child's natural curiosity with this quirky book about the jobs people do, which won the SLA Information Book A... MoreHeroes Who Help Us From Around the World

(2 reviews) Review
11th May 2006

Beginning History: The Life Of Florence Nightingale

This book explains who Florence Nightingale was, and the work she did. Her role in the hospitals at Scutari during the ... MoreBeginning History: The Life Of Florence Nightingale

(1 review) Review
10th July 2008

Looking After Me: Taking Medicines

Illustrated in Mike Gordon's inimitable and entertaining style, this series offers an introduction to key health issues.... MoreLooking After Me: Taking Medicines

(1 review) Review
28th August 2008

Famous People: John Lennon

'The guitar's alright for a hobby, John, but you'll never make a living out of it.' (John's Aunt Mimi) From his childhoo... MoreFamous People: John Lennon

(1 review) Review
12th March 2020

Time Trails: Rainforest

Prepare to take a chronological journey, from the first roots grown by newly evolved plants and trees, through blazing... MoreTime Trails: Rainforest

(1 review) Review
12th August 2021

Cities of the World: Cities of Asia

This series offers readers of 9 and up an engaging and visually stunning look at some of the world's major cities. Cit... MoreCities of the World: Cities of Asia

(1 review) Review
27th April 2007

Time Travel Guides Pack A of 6

Freestyle Time Travel Guides take children on a trip through history to visit the great ancient civilisations. Each titl... MoreTime Travel Guides Pack A of 6

(1 review) Review
1st February 2011


Readers can discover all the foul facts about France, including which king thought he was made of glass, why French brea... MoreFrance

(1 review) Review
2nd January 2003


Scotland, 1915. A group of teenagers from two families meet for a picnic, but the war across the Channel is soon to tear... MoreRemembrance

(1 review) Review
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