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Mark Oliver

  • 2 stars across 37 books
    Mark Oliver was born in London in 1960 and now lives in County Louth, Ireland with his wife, two children, a golden retriever called Wordsworth and a Bengal cat called Feargal. He has worked as an advertising art director, and now illustrates books and create animations for tv and the web.
    7th August 2008

    Tunnel Racers: Book 2

    Meet Crank and Al ...robots on the run. Wandering through an enormous junk yard, our heroes find themselves entering a h... More

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    18th March 2010

    Car-Mad Jack: The Speedy Sports Car

    There's a really exciting new car at the Car Supermarket - a shiny red sports car. Jack could become a racing driver wit... More

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    1st June 2008

    1: The Tin Man

    Meet Crank and Al ...robots on the run. Al is taking Crank to the great recycling plant where, Al says, 'Old useless ro... More

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    13th May 2010

    Car-Mad Jack: Motorbike in the Mountains

    There's a shiny new motorbike in the Car Supermarket this week. Soon Jack is transported far away to the Scottish Highla... More

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    18th July 2005

    Robot Dog

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    5th August 2011

    Aliens: An Owner's Guide

    If you have made the brave decision to own your very own alien, then brace yourself for an experience that is out of t... More

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    3rd May 2010

    Explanation Texts for Ages 9-11

    This new edition provides Renewed Framework writing activities for every genre. Now with interactive resources on ... More

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    1st September 2010

    News Stories for Ages 9-11

    The resources in this book and on the accompanying CD-ROM enable children to understand and use the features of news sto... More

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    18th June 2004

    Creative Activities for Plot, Character & Setting Ages 5-7

    Get your children out of their seats and talking about stories. * Explore literature through art, drama, puppets a... More

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    1st February 2010

    Adventure Stories for Ages 9-11

    This new edition provides Renewed Framework writing activities for every genre. Now with interactive resources on ... More

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