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Nicola Barber

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Nicola Barber

  • 4 stars across 69 books
    Nicola Barber is an experienced author and editor of children's non-fiction 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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    10th August 2011

    Moving House

    A delightful new series by Jenny Hatton exquisitely brought to life by award-winning illustrator, Joan Rankin. Children ... More

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    27th August 2015

    Jacqueline Wilson Friendship Journal

    Do you have a best friend? Maybe you have a big group of them - or just one special friend, who you share all your secre... More

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    15th October 2015

    Island

    Island by Nicky Singer and illustrated by Chris Riddell... More

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    15th July 2004

    Questioning History: The French Revolution

    This title explores the various debates surrounding the French Revolution. As well as describing the causes and events i... More

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    8th June 2011

    The Environment Challenge Pack A of 6

    Our population of over six billion people is putting increasing pressure on the world's resources. So what solutions are... More

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    13th February 2014

    Primary Source Detectives Pack A of 6

    This series looks at groups of people, often ordinary people, who did historically significant things, and how we know a... More

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    30th October 2006

    Homes

    "Homes" invites young readers to visit homes around the globe to see where other children live and what makes their home... More

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    15th May 2009

    Brazil

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    12th December 2013

    Tudor Life: Entertainment

    Homes chronicles the various types of entertainment popular in the Tudor period, examining the differences across age ... More

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      Questioning History: The French Revolution

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      I instantly warmed to the intention behind the book as I read 'The Director's Cut'.  (I don't usually skip to the end of a book before starting it.)  ...

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      We got this in a set of four poetry books collected by Jill Bennett. Fantastic Nick Sharratt illustrations which really lift the words of the page and...