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Mike Smith

  • 5 stars across 28 books
    Mike Smith is Head of Science at St. Anselm's College, Birkenhead, and is a Chief Examiner for GCSE Biology. He has co-authored seven successful textbooks for HarperCollins, covering GCSE and International GCSE Science and Biology.
    1st May 2013

    The Hundred Decker Bus

    Take a seat on a very unusual, very full, and very big bus! The Hundred Decker Bus by Mike Smith is a bright, bold... More

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    29th August 2008

    Nativity

    This is a gorgeous new Christmas edition from the popular and creative Usborne Touchy-Feely team. Charming illustrations... More

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    26th February 2015

    Catch the Cuddle

    Where's Wally? meets Richard Scarry in this warm and reassuring story about how you can never have too many cuddles! ... More

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    6th September 2005

    Cindy: Script

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    26th August 2016

    National 5 Maths: Practice Papers for SQA Exams

    Exam Board: SQA Level: National 5 Subject: Maths First Teaching: September 2013 First Exam: Summ... More

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    1st August 1999

    The Roman Arena

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