Terry Denton

Terry Denton

  • 5 stars across 25 books
Terry Denton has illustrated many popular and funny books, including the hilarious Just series by Andy Griffiths and Duck for Cover, Spooner or Later and Freeze a Crowd by Paul Jennings and Ted Greenwood. His own books include the madly inventive Storymaze and Gasp! series. In his Wombat and Fox books, Terry's idiosyncratic sense of humour shines through, this time directed to a younger audience.
6th April 2023

The 13-Storey Treehouse: Colour Edition

The 13-Storey Treehouse – in colour! The first bestselling book in Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton's wacky treehouse adv... MoreThe 13-Storey Treehouse: Colour Edition

(150 reviews) Review
30th June 1998

Splat!

(13 reviews) Review
1st April 2021

Terry Denton's Really Truly Amazing Guide to Everything

In this funny, brilliant, entertaining book - highly illustrated with cartoons and diagrams - Terry Denton talks you thr... MoreTerry Denton's Really Truly Amazing Guide to Everything

(1 review) Review
1st December 2014

Beastly Tales

(0 reviews) Review
1st May 2006

Wombat and Fox: Tales of the City

Wombat + Fox don't go looking for trouble, but the big city is a surprising place and mishaps have a way of changing the... MoreWombat and Fox: Tales of the City

(0 reviews) Review
1st August 2007

Wombat and Fox: Summer in the City

Wherever Wombat and Fox go, trouble is never far behind. How hard can it be to take a bus to the beach? What can go wron... MoreWombat and Fox: Summer in the City

(0 reviews) Review
1st August 2003

Storymaze 6: The Obelisk of Eeeno

If you like calm, sensible, fluffy stories, then GO AWAY! Because this is a story about a LUMP OF ROCK!! The dialogue... MoreStorymaze 6: The Obelisk of Eeeno

(0 reviews) Review
1st August 2001

Storymaze 1: The Ultimate Wave

OK! So you're not sure whether you want to read this book or not.I'M NOT GOING TO TELL YOU WHAT YOU'RE MISSING OUT ON if... MoreStorymaze 1: The Ultimate Wave

(0 reviews) Review
29th September 2003

Crash!

(0 reviews) Review
31st August 1995

Gasp!

(0 reviews) Review
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