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Guido van Genechten

  • 4 stars across 41 books
    Guido van Genechten is an illustrator and the author of many bestselling children's books, including "Alex and the Tart," "Flop Ear and His Friends," "Ricky," ""and "Snowy's Special Secret." In 2007, he won the Reader's Digest Award for Best Children's Book Illustrator and was awarded Picture Book of the Year in Holland.
    1st April 2009

    Peek-a-Poo

    This utterly enchanting lift-the-flap book has the kind of disarmingly risque humour and charming characters destined to... More

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    2nd April 1998

    Clown

    Watch Quentin Blake's Clown , a major new TV animation narrated by Helena Bonham-Carter, this Christmas on Channe... More

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    30th March 2017

    Little White Fish Is So Happy

    Little White Fish is so happy. Mom is coming for him! Little White Fish says good-bye to his friends. Bye-bye, snail i... More

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    1st August 2013

    A Journey

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    27th April 2006

    Ghost

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    18th February 2011

    Die Groot Boude-boek

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    18th February 2011

    Die Groot Slaapboek

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    7th May 2015

    Gilbert the Ghost

    Spartacus goes to ghost school like all the other ghosts, but he's a special ghost: he doesn't like to screech in a sca... More

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