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  • 5 stars across 12 books

    Sheryl and Simon Shapiro are the husband-and-wife team who wrote the rhyming picture books "Better Together," "Slither, Slide, What's Outside," and, most recently the Shapes and Spaces series. They live in Toronto, Ontario.

    Francis Blake's sharp-witted artwork appears in books, magazines, and advertising around the world. He illustrated Annick Press' recent revised edition of "Nibbling on Einstein's Brain" by Diane Swanson. He lives in London, England.

    9th August 2018

    Eddy Stone and the Mean Genie's Curse

    When Eddy Stone accidentally releases a wizard from a magical lamp, everyone's wishes start coming true... but going wro... More

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    28th June 2018

    Eddy Stone and the Alien Cat Attack

    When Eddy Stone meets an alien cat on a mission to destroy Earth, his rainy weekend suddenly takes off. Shooting into o... More

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    28th June 2018

    Eddy Stone and the Epic Holiday Adventure

    When Eddy Stone finds a pirate in his Gran's bath, his miserable summer holiday turns into a treasure hunt. Setting sai... More

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    1st November 2016

    Eddy Stone and the Alien Cat Mash-Up

    When Eddy discovers a bedraggled cat in his front garden, his rubbish weekend turns into an alien escapade. Shooting off... More

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    23rd January 2014

    What Can You Do With Only One Shoe?: Reuse, Recycle, Reinvent

    One can, two can. Who can? You can! Using junk from the landfill site. Rusty cans and wood and wire, thrumming, strummin... More

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    19th February 2009

    Nibbling on Einstein's Brain

    "This fascinating and kid-friendly book gives budding scientists and others an introduction to the tools and strategies ... More

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    1st September 1999

    Advent Angels

    The Bible is full of angels, but few of the stories are well known. This book brings the unfamiliar alive in the eyes of... More

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    12th October 2010

    Rude Stories

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