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Hannah Wood

  • 5 stars across 33 books
    Emily Hawkins studied English at Nottingham University, and since then has worked in children's publishing. She has written many rhyming books for Templar, including Two By Two and The Christmas Star. Hannah Wood is a self-taught artist specialising in cute, friendly children's illustrations. She grew up in the Netherlands and Norway, but now lives in Rutland. This is her first book for Templar. Contributor location: author Emily Hawkins lives in London, UK; illustrator Hannah Wood lives in Rutland, UK.
    27th September 2007

    The Chest

    Stories of no more than 130 words, focusing on CVCC and CCVC words plus polysyllabic words. When Bob goes to visit Gran,... More

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    1st February 2008

    The Thief of Bracken Farm

    When Farmer Jones's hat, Mrs Jones's scarf, the baby's mittens, the cat's blanket and Ted's homework all disappear, ever... More

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    1st January 2014

    Noe - Noah

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    1st November 2012

    Jonah

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    15th May 2009

    Joseph

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    23rd September 2005

    My Very Own Bible

    This handy Bible retells 37 great stories of the Bible for young readers. Carolyn Cox's lively and vibrant illustrations... More

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    6th March 2008

    My Favourite Bedtime Rhymes

    A gorgeous collection of lullabies and rhymes with firm favourites such as Twinkle, Twinkle and Hush-a-bye, Baby to rock... More

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    1st March 2011

    Loaves and Fishes

    One in a new series of friendly board books introducing very young children to important people and amazing miracles fro... More

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    5th April 2011

    Tiddlers: Bill's Bike

    Bill gets a new bike for his birthday. He loves to ride it around, but soon finds out how many wheels he needs! The Tidd... More

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    3rd September 2009

    My Favourite Nursery Rhymes

    In this work, classic rhymes are given a contemporary edge by Tony Ross's inimitable illustrations. The large type and f... More

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