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Doctor Who (Author)
Doctor Who is the longest running sci-fi show in the world, and a flagship BBC property. First appearing on air in 1963, it follows the adventures of the Doctor, a Time Lord who travels through time and space, fighting alien monsters and saving the universe. Able to regenerate and change appearance, the Doctor is currently in his twelfth incarnation, with Peter Capaldi playing the role.

Series eleven of Doctor Who will air in autumn 2018 with Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor - the first female actor to take on the role.
7th February 2008

Is This My Nose?

Can you find your nose, eyes, ears, mouth and chin? This vibrant book encourages little ones to associate words and pict... MoreIs This My Nose?

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28th January 2006

The Riotous Story of Rome

Two new and exciting non-fiction titles in the hugely successful "Usborne Young Reading" series, which aims to encourage... MoreThe Riotous Story of Rome

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The Disappearances

'Thick with mystery, buried secrets, and magic, nothing is safe in The Disappearances. Be careful, or you might lose you... MoreThe Disappearances

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    Is This My Nose?

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    This is a great book to get the children involved in repeating after you. Getting to know about eyes, nose, ears, mouth and chin. I loved the images u...

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