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  • 5 stars across 25 books
    Ross Collins was born in Glasgow and graduated from the Glasgow School of Art with a first in illustration, winning the Macmillan Children's Book Prize the same year. Since then he has illustrated over 100 children's book and has written 8, winning many prestigious awards including the Scottish Children's Book Award and Royal Mail Book Award. He lives in Glasgow.
    7th September 2017

    This Zoo is Not for You

    A funny, rhyming picture book about the importance of tolerance and kindess, from the bestselling and award-winning auth... More

    (19 reviews)
    7th June 2018

    What Does An Anteater Eat?

    This absurdly funny story, from the bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator, Ross Collins, will have childr... More

    (18 reviews)
    4th June 2015

    There's a Bear on My Chair

    Poor Mouse! A bear has settled in his favourite chair and it just isn't big enough for two. Mouse tries all kinds of tac... More

    (15 reviews)
    1st October 2020

    There's a Mouse in My House

    The long awaited sequel to the award-winning favourite, There's a Bear on My Chair, from bestselling author and illustra... More

    (13 reviews)
    19th March 2018

    Colour My Days

    Emmy and Jeff live in a black and white world. But suddenly, the week has started with a splash of yellow and each new... More

    (4 reviews)
    6th August 2020

    This is a Dog

    A hilarious paperback picture book from the award-winning, bestselling author and illustrator, Ross Collins, about a mis... More

    (2 reviews)
    22nd May 2014

    My Amazing Dad

    Snip is a little crocodile who loves his dad. But when he realises he doesn't know what his dad DOES all day, he heads o... More

    (1 review)
    1st April 2014


    A hilariously wacky read from author/illustrator Ross Collins. Whenever there's a pong, poo or puddle that can't be expl... More

    (1 review)
    25th March 2004

    It Takes Two

    Karen Wallace looks at the often bizarre behaviour of females and males in the animal world, showing what they will do t... More

    (1 review)
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