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Ian Andrew

  • 5 stars across 21 books

    Tom Pow is an award-winning writer and poet. From 2001 to 2003 he was the first writer in residence at the Edinburgh International Books Festival and he was Writer in Residence at the National Library of Scotland in 2013. His books for children in include Callum's Big Day and Who Is The World For?, which won the Scottish Arts Council's Children's Book of the Year (2001).

    1st October 2004

    Egyptology: MORE THAN 18 MILLION OLOGY BOOKS SOLD

    If you enjoyed Templar's extraordinary Dragonology (New York Times Bestseller & Sunday Times Children's Book of the Week... More

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    16th August 2002

    Colly's Barn: Red Banana

    A beautifully crafted chapter book by Michael Morpurgo for Egmont's red banana series. Annie's father is going to... More

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    5th October 2007

    In Search of a Homeland: The Story of the Aeneid

    Aeneas flees from the sacked city of Troy, entrusted by his goddess-mother Venus with a daunting mission: to find a new ... More

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    1st May 2003

    Jungle Book

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    1st October 2008

    Children's Stories from the Bible

    This gift collection brings together all the major stories from the Old and New Testaments.... More

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    16th October 2003

    FAMOUS CHILDHOODS MOZART

    Even geniuses were young once. This series takes a look at the childhoods of some of the worlds most celebrated composer... More

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    16th October 2003

    FAMOUS CHILDHOODS BACH

    Even geniuses were young once. This series takes a look at the childhoods of some of the worlds most celebrated composer... More

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    1st October 2007

    Pirateology Handbook: A Course for Seafarers

    This handbook contains a full course in pirateology from Captain William Lubber. Progress through the ranks from lowly c... More

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