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Philippe Dupasquier

  • 4 stars across 11 books
    Philippe Dupasquier was born in Switzerland and studied at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts in Lyon. For Walker Books he has produced many titles, including the Busy Places series (6 titles) and The Great Escape. He lives in East Sussex with his wife and children.
    2nd October 2014

    Five Children and It

    When five siblings - Cyril, Anthea, Robert, Jane and their baby brother, the Lamb - discover a sand-fairy in their grave... More

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    27th February 2004

    Brick-a-Breck

    Stephen Rice loves breakfast cereal, so he's devastated when his mum loses her job at the cereal factory and his endless... More

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    1st February 2005

    Reading Corner: A Bunch Of Balloons

    It's Joe's birthday and he's having a party...but will he ever get the balloons home?... More

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    16th December 1999

    The Sandal

    In this three-part story of a lost sandal, past, present and future are linked which provides an introduction to history... More

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    22nd October 2006

    Lift Off

    Ronnie thinks he has cleverly avoided sports day by pretending to be ill in this lively comedy.Barrington Stoke speciali... More

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    1st September 1994

    Henry Seamouse New Readers Fiction 2

    General Editor: Sue Palmer Fiction Editor and Language Consultant: Wendy BodyThe Longman Book Project for ages 4-11: Ins... More

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    30th May 1995

    Twin Trouble

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