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Let's Read! Hamilton's Hats

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The complete story and original illustrations of Hamilton's Hats by Martine Oborne and Axel Scheffler have been specially designed into an early reader format. Created with expert advice from a literacy consultant, this version is intended to help and encourage children who are growing in reading confidence. Let's read! Hamilton's Hats is the story of an extraordinary little pig and lots of extraordinary hats!

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About Martine Oborne

Martine Oborne is a former financial director who now owns two children's gift shops. She has written several successful books for both adults and children including, for Macmillan, One Gorgeous Baby.

Axel Scheffler is a star illustrator within the children's book world, and has created many prize-winning and

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About Axel Scheffler

Axel Scheffler Biography

Axel Scheffler is an acclaimed illustrator, animator and more recently author of children's books. He was born in Hamburg in 1957 and moved to England in 1982 in order to study illustration at the Bath Academy of Art. He then worked for a variety of advertising companies, magazines and newspapers in both England and Germany

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