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Claire Alexander

  • 4 stars across 8 books
    Claire earned a Degree in Fine Art in Canterbury then moved to London in 1995. She tried various jobs until settling down as a portrait painter and children's book author/illustrator in 2003. Millie Shares, Claire's first book for Egmont, was a tender story about sharing. She has also published many other fantastic titles including Small Florence, Back to Front and Upside Down and Lost in the Snow.
    5th October 2017

    The Snowbear

    When snow comes in the night, Iggy and Martina make a snowbear. A magical sledge ride takes them deep into the woods, bu... More

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    28th August 2014

    Lost in the Snow

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    6th May 2019

    Humperdink Our Elephant Friend

    When Humperdink the baby elephant joins the children's playgroup, he seems friendly enough, but it soon becomes clear th... More

    (1 review)
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    28th August 2014

    Lucy and the Bully

    Lucy is good at drawing and making things at school. But there's a bully at school, and he's very mean to Lucy. What can... More

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    28th August 2014

    Small Florence

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    1st September 2010

    Lost In The Snow

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