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A Werewolf Named Oliver James

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On his way home one moonlit night, a strange thing happens to Oliver
James: he unexpectedly turns into a werewolf! Suddenly, he can
run faster than an express train! He can leap higher than tall
buildings! He's stronger than a lion! There's only one problem: what
on earth will his parents say, when he gets home?

Nicholas John Frith's third picture book is a rich, dramatic visual
feast - and a wickedly funny romp featuring the most endearing
little werewolf imaginable.

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About Nicholas John Frith

Nicholas John Frith grew up in the Chiltern Hills in England, and went to school just around the corner from the home of Roald Dahl. Having spent many years traveling the world, from Kuala Lumpur to Chile, Nicholas is now drawing from his experiences to create picture books that bring those places to life for young readers. HECTOR AND HUMMINGBIRD is Nicholas

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Nicholas John Frith grew up in the Chiltern Hills in England, and went to school just around the corner from the home of Roald Dahl. Having spent many years traveling the world, from Kuala Lumpur to Chile, Nicholas is now drawing from his experiences to create picture books that bring those places to life for young readers. HECTOR AND HUMMINGBIRD is Nicholas

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