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Harry Woodgate

  • 5 stars across 5 books
    Harry Woodgate (pronouns: they/them) is an award-winning illustrator, who was shortlisted for the V&A Illustration Awards 2019 and the Folio Society Book Illustration Competition 2018 and 2019. Grandad's Camper is inspired by their university dissertation, which revealed a lack of representation for older LGBT characters in children's books.
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    From solar panels to sewers and from trams to tower blocks; follow our step-by-step guide and watch the city transform f... More

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