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Kimberley Scott

  • 5 stars across 41 books
    Kimberley Scott is an illustrator whose works include the Wipe Clean Books series.
    1st June 2015

    Wipe-clean Pen Control

    A wipe-clean book with drawing and tracing activities to help children practise holding and manipulating a pen. Little c... More

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    1st January 2014

    Wipe-clean First Numbers

    There's a whole host of friendly monsters waiting to be helped with their counting in this fun first numbers book. Child... More

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    1st November 2015

    Wipe-clean Lower-case Letters

    A wipe-clean book for preschoolers full of friendly monsters to help children learn to write lower case letters. Pen con... More

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    10th April 2014

    My Jack and the Beanstalk Sticker Scenes

    What happens when Jack climbs the mysterious beanstalk in his garden? Find out with this exciting activity book, burstin... More

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    1st January 2012

    Naughty Nancy

    Here are the Mini Monster Mates, who live in the same monster-land as the award winning Boris, Sid, Wendy and friends. ... More

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    6th August 2012

    The Terrible Time without Tilly: Red Banana

    A funny and charming new story from bestseller Hilary McKay for Egmont's red banana series. Tilly never has time ... More

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