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Martin Chatterton

  • 5 stars across 50 books
    Martin Waddell is the Hans Christian Andersen Medal winner 2004 and two-time Smarties Prize winner. Among his many books for children are the Little Bear and Farmer Duck series. Martin lives in Newcastle in County Down.


    Martin Chatterton has written twenty children's books for a variety of age ranges and has illustrated more than eighty books for many other writers, including Roger McGough, Tony Bradman, Jon Blake, Tony Mitton and Michael Rosen. Now a full-time writer and illustrator, Martin has previously spent time as a graphic designer and a lecturer.
    25th February 2016

    Strike!

    Jake loves football and fishing (even though he barely ever catches a fish) but his best friend Adam thinks fishing is c... More

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    5th February 2004

    Strike!

    Jake loves football and fishing (even though he barely ever catches a fish) but his best friend Adam thinks fishing is c... More

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    17th September 2007

    Stunt Monkeys: Four Boys Go Ape

    How fast can you move with a shark snapping at your bum? Kurtis, Stench, Einstein and Grunt live in Sludgeville - offici... More

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    1st September 1999

    Raps:Big Bad Raps Big Book

    Four well-known fairy tales are given a rap makeover in this collection. Or, in the style of the book: these old stories... More

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    1st January 2002

    "Here I am" Said Smedley: Blue Banana

    A lively chapter book by Simon Puttock for Egmont's blue banana series. Smedley the shy chameleon blends in so well that... More

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    1st August 2005

    The Mummy Family Find Fame: Red Banana

    A fun and wacky chapter book by Tony Bradman for Egmont's Red Banana series. Help! The Mummies are broke! There i... More

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    3rd January 2013

    Geek Inc. : Technoslime Terror

    Somewhere in the small, dull town of Blue Hills, the impossible is happening. Inanimate objects are coming to life. Time... More

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