Tracey Turner

Tracey Turner

  • 5 stars across 98 books

Tracey Turner is a former editor and author of many non-fiction
books for children including The Disgusting Dictionary, The YUK Factor,
and titles for the Dead Famous series. Tracey lives in Bath.

28th April 2011

Up and Down

New cover reissue of this magical sequel to Lost and Found from award-winning international bestselling picture book cre... MoreUp and Down

(16 reviews) Review
2nd September 2021

British Museum: A History of the World in 25 Cities

A stunningly illustrated book of extraordinary city maps, telling the story of human civilisation throughout history.A g... MoreBritish Museum: A History of the World in 25 Cities

(7 reviews) Review
17th October 2019

The Curious Book of Lists: 263 Fun, Fascinating and Fact-Filled Lists

Do you want to know about eight of the world's deadliest snakes, forty-nine countries without a coastline and five fea... MoreThe Curious Book of Lists: 263 Fun, Fascinating and Fact-Filled Lists

(4 reviews) Review
11th September 2014

Lost... In the Mountains of Death

High up in the Mountains of Death, danger lurks round every corner. Will you survive poisonous bites, terrifying mounta... MoreLost... In the Mountains of Death

(3 reviews) Review
15th October 2020

Lists for Curious Kids: 263 Fun, Fascinating and Fact-Filled Lists

Do you want to know about eight of the world’s deadliest snakes, forty-nine countries without a coastline and five fearl... MoreLists for Curious Kids: 263 Fun, Fascinating and Fact-Filled Lists

(3 reviews) Review
2nd January 2014

Lost... In the Jungle of Doom

Deep in the Amazon Rainforest, danger lurks round every corner. Will you survive ferocious jaguars, terrifying black ca... MoreLost... In the Jungle of Doom

(1 review) Review
13th October 2005

Who's Who of Horrors

What do the following have in common? The Cross-Eyed Lambeth Poisoner, the Teenage Butcher, Juana the Mad and Ismail t... MoreWho's Who of Horrors

(1 review) Review
3rd November 2016

Animasaurus: Incredible Animals that Roamed the Earth

Did you know: A shark as long as a bus roamed the oceans? Hamsters with horns once burrowed the Earth? Giant armadillo... MoreAnimasaurus: Incredible Animals that Roamed the Earth

(1 review) Review
7th September 2017

Facts!: One for every day of the year

Discover a fact for everyone, everyday, in this book. Explore a world of topics, from hilarious animals, to unbelievable... MoreFacts!: One for every day of the year

(1 review) Review
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