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By Johns, W E
eBook. English.
Published [London]: RHCP Digital, 2008
The escort fell in on either side of the prisoners, and at a word of command the party moved forward. Down the corridor it marched, and through an open...

By Milbourne, Anna
Book. English.
Published London: Usborne, 2005
These lively retellings of Aesop's famous fables will appeal to a range of age groups. The illustrations throughout bring the tales of clever foxes, speedy...

By Grindley, Sally
Book. English.
Published London: Bloomsbury Children's, 2000
This introduction for young children to Aesops' fables are designed for bedtime reading and have bite-sized stories in contemporary dialogue with illustrations...

By Wuorio, Eva-Lis, 1918-
Book. English.
Published London: Jonathan Cape, 1956

By Wells, Rosemary
Book. English.
Published London: Collins Picture Lions, 1989
In this story Hazel takes her doll for a walk to the shops, and has to be rescued by her mother when she gets lost. Other books by this author include...

By Inkpen, Mick
Book. English.
Published London: MacMillan Children's, 1991
What would you do if the postman brought you a pig or a sheep? If it snowed you could make him a snowsheep, you could build her a rocket and fly to the...

By Wormell, Mary
Book. English.
Published London: Gollancz Children'sPaperbacks, 1995
Hilda is the happiest hen on her birthday, when she is given oats, a dust bath, tea and biscuits. But wasn't the horse hoping to eat her oats after her...

By Kerr, Judith
Book. English.
Published London: Picture Lions, 1992
A story featuring Mog the cat, by the author of "Mog the Forgetful Cat", "The Tiger Who Came to Tea" and "Mog and Bunny"

By Matthews, Andrew, 1948-
Book. English.
Published London: Dent Children's Books, 1992

By Masters, Anthony
Book. English.
Published Hemel Hempstead: Simon& Schuster, 1991
Part of a series of novels designed to bridge the gap between children's and adult fiction. The emphasis is on dynamic, imaginative novels with strong...
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