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Rod Green

Rod Green

  • 5 stars across 18 books
Rod Green is the author of numerous books for children and adults, including "The Dangerous Book for Men," "Giant Vehicles," "Santa's Reindeer," and "Santa Claus: The Magical World of Father Christmas," a "New York Times" bestseller.
23rd February 2017


In this wonderfully illustrated celebration of the world we travel far and wide - to Hong Kong, the Amazon, Antarctica, ... MoreLots

(11 reviews) Review
2nd July 2015

Mr Bean's Joke Book

Mr Bean may not tell jokes, but the hilarious Mr Bean's Joke Book contains over 300 that he has inspired. Illustrated th... MoreMr Bean's Joke Book

(2 reviews) Review
24th September 2012


(1 review) Review
4th October 2010

The Magic of Christmas by Santa

"The Magic of Christmas" presents a hugely popular topic in a boundary-busting new format. The augmented reality animati... MoreThe Magic of Christmas by Santa

(0 reviews) Review
1st March 2014

Giant Vehicles

(0 reviews) Review
23rd April 2015

The Naughty Kids Handbook

WARNING! DON'T LET YOUR PARENTS GET THEIR HANDS ON THIS BOOK!! 'Don't be naughty!' How many times have you heard that? A... MoreThe Naughty Kids Handbook

(0 reviews) Review
3rd September 2009

Santa Claus

Santa Claus - the very name conjures up images of a kindly round-bellied, merry man in a coat with fur trim, presents, r... MoreSanta Claus

(0 reviews) Review
1st July 2011

Sounds of the Past - Pirates

Hot on the heels of the widely popular Sounds of the Wild series comes Sounds of the Past - books that bring history to ... MoreSounds of the Past - Pirates

(0 reviews) Review
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