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Patrice Aggs

  • 4 stars across 18 books
    Patrice Aggs was born and brought up in the United States, but now lives in West Sussex, England. She has illustrated over thirty-five picture books for children. In the early 1980s she was part of the team which produced the animated film The Snowman.


    Patrice is currently writing picture books, illustrating and printmaking. She lives on a farm in West Sussex with her husband and two teenagers. The Giraffe Who Came to Dinner is the first book she has both written and illustrated. Her latest books, Ooh La Booga Bomp and Strawberry Squirt are part of the popular O'Brien Pandas series.
    4th March 2021

    No Country

    What would you do if your home wasn't safe any more? Bea and her family are trying to live as if everything is normal. S... More

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    1st May 2006

    Un Deux Trois (Dual Language French/English)

    Simple songs and rhymes are an excellent way to familiarize young children with another language. Un Deux Trois a co... More

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    1st March 1993

    Why Count Sheep?

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    16th September 2003

    Bertie Rooster

    Bertie is sad. He hides in a corner. He will not crow. But can he help the little lost chicken? Illustrated by Patric... More

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    1st January 2000

    Count Karlstein: or The Ride of the Demon Huntsman

    Who would dare venture outdoors on All Souls' Eve knowing that Zamiel the Demon Huntsman is on the prowl? But evil Cou... More

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    1st April 1992

    Soft and Noisy

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    18th November 2016

    Sleepy Book

    All creatures sleep in their own way, from bears hibernating in caves, to horses standing in fields and seals stretched ... More

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    2nd February 2009

    Ducks in Trouble

    On the farm, some very strange noises are keeping the farmer awake. The ducks are having fun singing and banging 'inst... More

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