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Sam Usher

  • 5 stars across 8 books
    Sam Usher studied illustration, graduating in 2008. His first book, Have You Seen Sassoon? was longlisted for the Greenaway Medal and shortlisted for the Red House Children's Book Award and the Waterstones Children's Book Prize.
    5th October 2017

    Snow (Mini Gift Edition)

    The ground is covered in snow and one little boy can't WAIT to get outside and play. But his grandad is taking SO LONG t... More

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    6th September 2018

    Storm

    It's blowing up a storm, and a boy and his grandad decide it's the perfect weather for kite-flying. There's just one pro... More

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    1st September 2019

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    Boy and Grandad take care of a little bird. When it gets better, Grandad puts it outside, but it keeps hopping back into... More

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    7th April 2016

    Rain

    Sam wants to go out but it's pouring with rain, so he and Grandpa decide to stay inside until the rain stops. Sam drinks... More

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    26th May 2006

    Sun

    Each book in this appealing series focuses on a different type of weather: how weather can affect us and our environment... More

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    4th June 2012

    Can You See Sassoon?

    This is Sassoon. He likes to hide, Can you find him? Look inside! Meet Sassoon the snake as he plays hide-an... More

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    5th April 2018

    Rain (Mini Gift)

    Sam wants to go out but it's pouring with rain, so he and Grandpa decide to stay inside until the rain stops. Sam drinks... More

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    14th August 2003

    Rain

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      Elliott loved this book. He didn't like 'Snow' that much - he just didn't engage with it but we have always liked 'Rain'. He said he thought the front...

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