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Joe Lillington

  • 5 stars across 6 books
    Joe Lillington was born in London and studied illustration at Falmouth University. He was recently commissioned to illustrate the cover of Stew Magazine, illustrated a short story in AMBIT magazine, and has exhibited at Light Grey Art Lab shows and the Just Us collective show.
    1st September 2015

    Toby and the Ice Giants

    Join Toby the Bison in this fact-filled adventure as he explores the Ice Age Tundra and meets some of the giants that ro... More

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    15th November 2011

    Rocket

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    1st May 2016

    Neffy and the Feathered Dinosaurs

    It was a very special day for Neffy the Microraptor-she would be taking her first flight. But when Neffy spread her wing... More

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    1st July 2018

    Ancient Warriors

    Ever wondered what the first weapons were made from, or how the ancient Mongol warriors defeated the great armies of Chi... More

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    7th September 2017

    Project X Comprehension Express: Stage 1: That's Incredible!

    The That's Incredible! collection of texts provides children with the perfect foundation for practising the 10 comprehen... More

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