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Martin Ursell

  • 5 stars across 36 books
    Martin has illustrated many books for children, including the award-winning Song of Pentecost by W.J. Corbett, books by Roald Dahl, Terry Jones, Marina Warner, Ted Hughes, Dick-King Smith and, recently, J.K. Rowling.|Martin has illustrated many books for children, including the award-winning Song of Pentecost by W.J. Corbett, books by Roald Dahl, Terry Jones, Marina Warner, Ted Hughes, Dick-King Smith and, recently, J.K. Rowling.
    15th April 2002

    Follow the Swallow: Blue Banana

    A tale of friendship and exploration, perfect for children learning to read. By Julia Donaldson, author of The Gruffalo.... More

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    12th June 2012

    Dilyna'r Wennol

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    1st February 2007

    Big Book of Experiments and Activities

    A weird, wacky and wonderful collection of experiments, recipes, inventions and craft activities. All the projects are t... More

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    2nd October 2012

    The Pizza Book: Creative Recipes

    Gruesome and revolting recipes for all the family!... More

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    28th November 2012

    Grow Organic, Eat Organic

    What does organic mean? How do you make an organic garden? Why are worms and ladybirds so important? Discover the answer... More

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    8th February 2008

    Danny's Blog/Le blog de Danny

    Is this the end of the road for the orangutan reserve at Pumai? Who will stop logger Brad Coram from taking over and des... More

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    8th February 2008

    Danny's Blog/El blog de Daniel

    Is this the end of the road for the orangutan reserve at Pumai? Who will stop logger Brad Coram from taking over and des... More

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    3rd July 2003

    Dragon Boy: Red Banana

    An enchanting tale by Pippa Goodhart for Egmont's red banana series. Granda is different from other folk - he tal... More

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    1st September 2003

    Mad Machines and Dotty Devices

    Mess up your hair and work on your crazy laugh, it's time to bringout your inner mad scientistFrom using a balloon to cr... More

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    1st September 2002

    Terrible Tricks and Devious Disguises

    Learn how to mystify your friends with the Moving Matchbox, or disguise yourself with a bald head or fake mustache ... More

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