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Early Reader Non Fiction: Beastly Beasts

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It's never too early to find out about brilliant beasts and mythical creatures with this brand new green Early Reader factbook. Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books, perfect for building confidence in new readers and reluctant readers. A green Early Reader is a first factbook. Did you know that and that people used to believe in fire-breathing dragons and that no one has ever seen the Loch Ness Monster up close? Learn fascinating facts about brilliant beasts and mythical creatures in this brand new non fiction Early Reader from John McLay, with full colour illustrations on every page.

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This is Book 6 in the Early Reader Non Fiction Series. See all Early Reader Non Fiction books here.

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About John McLay

John McLay is extremely well connected in the children's publishing world. He and his wife Gill are both currently Directors of Bath Literary Festival. John also works as an international scout, literary agent and reviewer. Follow him on twitter @DragonsDentist.

Martin Brown is the illustrator of Horrible Histories (http://horrible

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About Martin Brown

When Martin Brown was little he loved drawing and he loved animals, particularly lesser-known animals, so it was only a question of time before he ended up drawing them. Quite a lot of time . . . In the meantime, he grew up, moved from Melbourne to England, and illustrated the phenomenally successful Horrible Histories series. Now, at last, it's time for the

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