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Aaron Cushley

  • 4 stars across 9 books
    Aaron is an illustrator from Belfast in Northern Ireland. He loves drawing and creating work that fuels his curiosity and adventurous side. Most of his work has been influenced by experiences and the world around him. When he's not out walking his dog he's scribbling down sketches of thoughts and images that come to mind.
    JAMES CARTER is an award/prize-winning poet, as well as a non-fiction and educational writer. He travels all over the UK with his guitar and melodica, to give lively poetry/music performances and workshops. www.jamescarterpoet.co.uk
    4th April 2019

    The Big Beyond: The Story of Space Travel

    Once upon a rocket a countdown has begun, from 10, 9, 8 to 7 and 6 to 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 ... More

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    2nd May 2019

    In Focus: Forests

    Ten illustrators delve into the world's woodlands to explore the creatures, culture and conservation for our forested ... More

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    1st January 2019

    Holidays: Valentine's Day

    This book introduces readers to the history, meaning, traditions, and celebrations of Valentine's Day. Vivid photographs... More

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    6th August 2020

    How Many Mice Make An Elephant?: And Other Big Questions about Size and Distance

    How Many Mice Make an Elephant? And Other Big Questions about Size and Distance introduces children to this tric... More

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    1st April 2021

    The Mystery of the Golden Pyramid

    A talking dog. A jewelled casket. A quest for stolen treasure . . . Join Sophie on a magical Egyptian adventure. Lift th... More

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    5th August 2021

    The Met Lost in the Museum: A seek-and-find adventure in The Met

    A visually stunning seek-and-find museum adventure for inquisitive kids. Seven-year-old Stevie is lost in the g... More

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    5th August 2021

    If the World Were 100 People

    A thought-provoking introduction for children to the people who live on our planet. ... More

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