BOOKS FOR SCHOOLS

Can be ordered from most bookshops
(Though you won't find them on the shelves)

Or direct from the publishers
(In packs of 6 + teacher's notes; at a discount.
How to order? See below.)

....The Illustration above is from 'Delroy's Dad'



Grandpa's bright Ideas
A book
in the LIGHTHOUSE series
Lighthouse GOLD 3.
Stories with a familiar settng

(ISBN - 0-602-30101-7)


Me, Miss!

A book
in the LIGHTNING series Lightning BROWN level
3 plays for guided reading

Cover & Illustrations by Garry Parsons

(ISBN - 0-602-30811-9)

 

 

Delroy's Dad
one of 3 picture stories
in a book
in the LIGHTNING series
Lightning BROWN leve
l
Stories with a familiar setting

(ISBN-0-602-30787-2)


The World of Zakatron
a graphic Novel
one of three stories
in a book
in
the NAVIGATOR max series
Navigator GREY level
Science fiction

(ISBN-0433-03509-9

 


Rabbit

A book in the
POCKET TALES
series
Adventure story (Y6)

Cover & illustrations by Francis Fung

(ISBN - 0-602-24167-7)

To order any of these books contact

Harcourt Customer Services
FREEPOST 381
OXFORD
OX2 8YY

Telephone - 01865-888080
FAX - 01865 - 314091
email -
orders@harcourteducation.co.uk

 

And finally

Two books that I illustrated but did not write.

 

Harper Collins
(ISBN 0-00-195406-7)
Picture Lions
(ISBN 0-00-664002-8)

This story was written by Gareth Owen. It's not a true story but it is based on the character of a real person - Ruby Turner.
I first met Ruby at the Edinburgh Festival in 1977. I had a play on and was sharing the venue with Gareth.
Ruby was in his musical 'Rumpus'. We were both knocked out by her voice and bubbly personality. I think she was still at school.
At the end of this story she says...

Want to see what the real Ruby Turner is doing now?
Click the picture above.

All the books in the share-a-story series were written by Pat Thompson.
This was the first book in the series.

Gollancz
(ISBN 0-575-03817-9)
Gollancz
(ISBN 0-575-0578-0)
Lynx (ISBN 0-575-04337-7)
Delacorte
(ISBN 0385-29602-0)

Once again Bob Wilson's deceptively naive comic images win the day.
Raymond Briggs
Times Ed Supplement

 

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