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Sophie Fatus

Sophie Fatus

  • 4 stars across 45 books
Hugh Lupton has been a central figure in the British storytelling revival for more than 30 years. He tells myths, legends and folktales from many cultures. His many books include Tales of Wisdom and Wonder, The Story Tree, and Homeric pair The Adventures of Achilles and The Adventures of Odysseus, which he and Daniel Morden wrote and narrated together. He lives with his wife, Liz, in Norfolk, England.
29th May 2003

Sing-Along Rhymes: If You're Happy and You Know It

Join in and sing along to these simple and familiar rhymes. The lively illustrations help each song leap from the page. ... MoreSing-Along Rhymes: If You're Happy and You Know It

(3 reviews) Review
1st August 2005

The Story Tree: Tales to Read Aloud

Retold by master storyteller Hugh Lupton, this collection of folktales from around the world includes firm favourites su... MoreThe Story Tree: Tales to Read Aloud

(1 review) Review
17th September 2021

Joy to the World!: Christmas Around the Globe

Explore Christmas traditions from 13 different countries! Rhyming text and detailed illustrations make the book access... MoreJoy to the World!: Christmas Around the Globe

(1 review) Review
1st April 2001

Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush

Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available ... MoreHere We Go Round the Mulberry Bush

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1st February 1997

Silly Shapes: Holes

This board-book, part of the Silly Shape Series shows how shapes and patterns appear wherever you look. It shows how the... MoreSilly Shapes: Holes

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1st May 2013

Grim, Grunt and Grizzle-Tail

One day, a frustrated king flies into a rage and turns his mischievous daughters into oranges. The gruesome monsters Gri... MoreGrim, Grunt and Grizzle-Tail

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7th May 2013

Night and Day

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1st August 2009

Real Princess: A Mathemagical Tale

A classic with a twist, this number-crunching take on 'The Princess and the Pea' features not just one princess, but thr... MoreReal Princess: A Mathemagical Tale

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