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  • 4 stars across 5 books
    Al Murphy is a versatile illustrator whose work has appeared in newspapers, advertising and apps, and now children's books. He has lived in London, Berlin and New York.
    6th August 2015

    Kitchen Disco

    At night when you are sleeping There's a party in your house, It's a pumping, jumping, funky bash When all the lights... More

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    6th July 2017

    The Princess in Black

    Who says princesses can't wear black? When trouble raises its blue monster head, Princess Magnolia ditches her flouncy d... More

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    7th September 2017

    Bathroom Boogie

    The tiles become a dancefloor The light a disco ball It's called the bathroom boogie - The most splashy bash of all! ... More

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    5th March 2015

    Woozy the Wizard: A Broom to Go Zoom

    Friendship and fun abound in this full-colour early reader for ages 4+. In the faraway village of Snottington Sneeze Li... More

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    2nd October 2014

    Woozy the Wizard: A Spell to Get Well

    'In the faraway village of Snottington Sneeze Lived a wizened old wizard with knocketty knees.' Woozy the Wizard is a w... More

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      Funny and enjoyable. A comical story about what the fruit gets up to when we are asleep. Lovely repetition and fabulous illustrations. My 5 year old l...

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      My class love this book. Bright and vivid illustrations by Al Murphy pair with the hilarious rhyming text by Claire Fogues. I particularly like the 'c...

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