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Stewart Ross

  • 5 stars across 161 books
    Stewart Ross is a popular, prize-winning children's author. He has written over one hundred books for children, including many on 20th century history. His works have been translated into more than a dozen languages. Stewart taught history, english and politics for ten years to children of all ages.
    10th March 2017

    Moon

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    9th September 2016

    Unfolding Journeys Rocky Mountain Explorer

    Chart an unforgettable journey through the Rocky Mountains with this beautifully illustrated, 16-panel concertina pull-o... More

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    1st June 2017

    Unfolding Journeys - Secrets of the Nile

    Unfold the adventure of a lifetime as you sail up the longest river in the world with Lonely Planet Kids Unfolding Journ... More

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    11th February 2008

    Gravity

    (4 reviews)
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    11th August 2016

    Start-Up History: The Great Fire of London

    The Great Fire of London in 1666 is one the most remembered events of British history. This book simply retells the ev... 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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    15th March 2001

    The Story of Ireland

    Comic, colourful and succinct, with short text-bytes, lots of pictures and jokey captions, this is a brilliant introduct... More

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    1st March 2020

    Twisted Fairy Tales: The Three Little Narwhals

    In this whale of a tale, the Big Bad Shark is looking for a tasty snack... when he comes across three delicious-looking ... More

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    2nd June 2011

    Shipwrecks

    This series offers an introduction to some of the most fascinating and exciting maritime legends. These books combine ph... More

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    24th September 2015

    Survivors: African Slavery: A Young Boy's Story

    It is the 18th century and 12-year-old Obah already has a big future ahead of him. He is destined to be a high chief i... More

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