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Rebecca Lisle

  • 5 stars across 23 books
    Rebecca Lisle was born in Yorkshire. She went to Newcastle University, and then trained as a teacher. After having lived in such exciting places as New York and Switzerland, she now lives in Bristol with her husband, two sons, and two cats.
    17th November 2016

    Stone Underpants

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    30th November 2017

    Game of Stones

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    16th May 2019

    I, Pod

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    1st May 2008

    The Practical Princess

    Molly the farm girl has always dreamed of being a princess, wearing gorgeous clothes and having a Princely husband. So w... More

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    2nd June 2005

    Toad Prince

    This is a modern version of the fairy tale about the Princess who kisses a frog, and he turns into a Prince - although i... More

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    31st October 2003

    Planimal Magic

    While his mum recovers from cancer, Joe (and Bingo - the only psychic dog in England) stays with cousin Molly and her da... More

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    2nd April 2009

    The Gnome with the Knobbly Knees

    If only Clinky Monkey, the black and white dog, could speak - he'd tell everyone about the garden gnome that's creeping ... More

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    26th October 2002

    Copper

    On Copper Beech's 10th birthday her aunt suddenly sends her away to the Snowy Mountains to stay with family she had neve... More

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    31st December 2011

    Romeo and Juliet

    To accompany the "Romeo & Juliet" graphic novels from Classical Comics and to help with their application in the classro... More

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    2nd November 2006

    Amethyst

    Amy jumps at the chance to leave her gloomy aunt and uncle and go to the mountains. But once there, she finds that she m... More

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