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Katja Spitzer

  • 5 stars across 5 books
    Katja Spitzer was born 1979 in a small town in Eastern Germany. Having completed an undergraduate degree in art history and history, Katja moved on to study illustration and graphic design in the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig. Today she works as a freelance illustrator in Berlin. Along with How Many Legs?, this is her first children's book.
    5th February 2015

    How Many Legs?

    From the award-winning Kes Gray and the winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, Jim Field, comes an hilarious counting p... More

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    1st June 2018

    Leonardo Da Vinci: Little Guides to Great Lives

    Most famous as the painter who created the Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci is also one of history's greatest geniuses - he ... More

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    1st April 2016

    Shapes are Fun

    Perfect for small hands, this mini-hardback book is a playful introduction to shapes. The newest in the Little Books for... More

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    At the Beach

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    The History of Medicine

    Books in the World History series examine the eras, events, civilizations, and movements that have shaped human history,... More

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