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Neal Layton

  • 5 stars across 30 books
    Many of Neal's ideas come from his childhood, and now he's grown up, from being a parent. He has illustrated more than 60 books to date, working with authors such as Michael Rosen and Cressida Cowell, and won several prizes including a Gold Award for 'That Rabbit belongs to Emily Brown'. He also writes his own books including the pop-up book'The Story of Everything' and the best selling 'Mammoth Academy Series'. His books are currently in print in more that 16 languages worldwide. He now lives in Southsea, Portsmouth with his wife and two daughters. He likes living by the seaside.
    15th April 2007

    Mammoth Academy: In Trouble

    There's not much worse than having to go back to school after the holidays. Except perhaps if you return and there'... More

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    7th February 2013

    This Is Me

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    6th March 2014

    This Is Me, Dressing Up!

    A delightfully fun first concept book from the acclaimed Neal Layton, designed to encourage early development. Designed... More

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    15th May 2008

    Mammoth Academy: Mammoth Academy On Holiday

    Stinking, rubbish-infested rivers to swim in, nature walks minus the nature and Giant Sloth cooking dinner. This can on... More

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    29th February 2016

    Tony Spears: The Invincible Tony Spears: Book 1

    Perfect for every child who has ever dreamed of travelling to space... Making new friends is never easy, but seems ... More

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    19th October 2006

    The Story of Everything

    This pop-up book is literally larger than life! Neal's unique perspective on Evolution, the beginnings of the world and ... More

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    3rd October 2013

    The Story of Stars

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    7th September 2006

    Mammoth Academy: Mammoth Academy

    There comes a point in every young mammoth's life when it's time to grow up a bit and join the Mammoth Academy. Arabella... More

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    7th February 2008

    Oscar and Arabella: Oscar and Arabella and Ormsby

    Oscar and Arabella don't always see tusk to horn in this paperback edition. While two is company, three most definitel... More

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    1st October 2009

    The Story of Things

    Starting with early humans who have no things, through to farming, civilizations, inventions, steam, electricity, comput... More

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