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Malachy Doyle

  • 4 stars across 133 books
    Malachy Doyle is the acclaimed author of Digger and Lew, Big Pig, Teddybear Blue, Antonio on the Other Side of the World, Getting Smaller, and Too Noisy, illustrated by Ed Vere. His first teenage novel, Georgie, won the Tir na n-Og prize and his picture book, Cow, won an English Association Award for non-fiction. He also won the 2002 White Raven Award for Hungry! Hungry! Hungry! He lives with his family (and his cat, dog, ducks and hens) in County Donegal, Ireland. 
    1st March 2010

    Storytime: Josh and the Woo Woo

    Josh hates loud noise, but one day a noise makes him curious. What can the noise be? Will Josh's life be changed forever... More

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    6th June 2013

    The Snuggle Sandwich

    In the early morning hurly-burly of breakfast time, no one notices when little Annie's teddy bear, Ted, falls to the f... More

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    1st September 2012

    Too Noisy

    This is a heartwarming read-aloud (shout-aloud!) comedy from Malachy Doyle, boldly illustrated by Ed Vere, about a very ... More

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    6th March 2019

    Collywobble

    Collywobble is the smallest puppy in the litter but he's the one who rescues his family in the snow. When Farmer Joe's s... More

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    1st March 2012

    Storytime: Blast off

    The toys have found a spaceship! Now they only need to figure out who will be the lucky one to go to space. Jim Giraffe ... More

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    24th December 2012

    Little Chick and the Secret of Sleep

    "What's the secret of sleep?" wonders a wide-awake Little Chick. With the bright moon by her side she sets sail on a jou... More

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    5th July 2012

    Rama and Sita: The Story of Diwali

    A beautiful retelling of the stpry of Rama and Sita from award-winning author Malachy Doyle, with stunning, colourful il... More

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    7th April 2016

    Spooky Soccer

    A fun and quirky story against anything but your average team, perfect for children learning to read. When Seamus and ... More

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    1st April 2011

    Jack and the Jungle

    When Jack moves into a new house, it seems like there's nothing to do. But when he loses his football over the garden wa... More

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    29th September 2005

    Oxford Reading Tree: Level 14: Treetops: More Stories A: the Booming Boots of Joey Jones

    This book is part of TreeTops Fiction, a structured reading programme providing juniors with stories they will love to r... More

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