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  • 5 stars across 23 books
    Since starting his career as an author, Martin Oliver has written over 20 books for children covering subjects as wide-ranging as pirates, pharaohs and puzzle adventures. He's also written two titles in the popular Knowledge series, Dead Dinosaurs and Groovy Movies (Scholastic Publishing) Martin lives in Teddington, near London, with his wife, Andrea, and their two daughters, Katie and Isabelle. The Boys Book 2 was his first title for Buster books.
    6th April 2006

    Seaside Poems

    Let's do the flip-flop frolic and splash into the sea! Playing on the sand, looking at starfish, going to the funfair, i... More

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    2nd August 2012

    Boys Only: How To Survive Almost Anything

    Inspired by the best-selling The Boys' Book, Boys Only is an illustrated graphic-novel-style handbook for boys with a se... More

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    5th May 2011

    Priscilla And The Pixie Princess

    Reminiscent of Dr. Seuss and Hilary Knight, here is another clever read-aloud starring Priscilla, who is bored to tear... More

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    12th September 2013

    Boys' Book

    Here is the book that every boy, young and old, has been waiting for. Readers can learn how to ride waves, skateboard, m... More

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    28th January 2016

    Star Wars: Rescue From Jabba's Palace: Star Wars Young Readers

    These special Star Wars Young Readers will transport early readers to a galaxy far, far away... Full colour illustrati... More

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    18th September 2008

    The Boys' Book 2: How to Be the Best at Everything Again

    Here at last is the follow up to the best-selling Boys' Book - a book that no boy should be without. Hours of serious fu... More

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    2nd May 2013

    Off With Their Heads!: All the Cool Bits in British History

    Off With Their Heads! is the exciting history of Britain in easy to digest, bite-sized chunks, which is sure to inspire ... More

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    28th July 2016

    Bod on the Beach

    It's a lovely sunny day, so Bod and his friends catch the train to the seaside. But they have so much fun that they don'... More

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    5th January 2017

    Off With Their Heads!

    Off With Their Heads, the follow-up to the bestselling Thirty Days Has September, is bursting with the best bits from B... More

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