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Cressida Cowell

Cressida Cowell’s Hiccup books, which she also illustrates, are now published in over 30 countries around the world and the first book in the series, How to Train Your Dragon, has been made into an animated movie by DreamWorks; Cressida also writes and illustrates picture books. The eleventh title in the Hiccup Saga, How to Seize a Dragon’s Jewel, is published in September, and here she talks to Graham Marks about pretty much everything to do with writing a hit series…

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Horrid Henry's Jolly Holidays

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Celebrate a truly horrid Christmas with Horrid Henry and this festive storybook bind-up.Packed with six favourite Horrid Henry stories, plus bonus content to make sure Christmas is stuffed full of cheeky festive fun.This is the perfect stocking filler for Horrid Henry fans everywhere!Stories included are:Horrid Henry's Birthday Party Horrid Henry's Sleepover Horrid Henry Goes ShoppingHorrid Henry and the Bogey BabysitterHorrid Henry's Horrid WeekendHorrid Henry Robs the Bank

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Horrid Henry's Seriously Spooky Joke Book

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Are you ready for some seriously spooky stories? Join Horrid Henry as he presents a ghoulish collection of his most hilariously horrid Hallowe'en adventures.Have a horror of a Hallowe'en with six favourite scary Horrid Henry stories. Zombie vampires, were-rabbits and strange bumps in the night - Henry's making some fiendishly funny mischief!Featuring -Horrid Henry's Tricks and TreatsHorrid Henry's Haunted HouseHorrid Henry Wakes the DeadHorrid Henry and the Zombie VampireHorrid Henry's NightmareHorrid Henry's Cannibal CurseWith added ghostly gags and awesome activities, this is the perfect book for little horrors everywhere.

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Horrid Henry and the Mummy's Curse

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Horrid Henry's Haunted House

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.There are spooky surprises in store for Horrid Henry and Stuck-Up Steve in this hilarious story perfect for Early Readers.Read by Miranda Richardson

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Horrid Henry's Sleepover

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Horrid Henry is going to New Nick's house for a sleepover. Bliss! New beds to bounce on. New biscuit tins to raid. Henry can't wait. But will the evening turn out the way Henry expects?

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Horrid Henry's Christmas Play

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Horrid Henry is desperate to be Joseph in the school Christmas Nativity play. The trouble is, Miss Battle-Axe has made him the inn-keeper. There's only one thing for it - Henry's got to make his own part BIGGER!Full colour illustrations from the fabulous Tony Ross on every page!

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Do You Speak English, Moon?

Francesca Simon, Ben Cort
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Francesca Simon, Ben Cort

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Horrid Henry Meets the Queen

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Mr P's Naughty Book

Francesca Simon, Pete Williamson
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Francesca Simon, Pete Williamson
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Horrid Henry and the Zombie Vampire

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Moody Margaret's School

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Forced to play schools at Moody Margaret's house, Henry is determined to find a way to get sent home. But how?Read by Miranda Richardson

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The Parent Swap Shop

Francesca Simon, Pete Williamson
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Francesca Simon, Pete Williamson
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A Horrid Factbook: Horrid Henry's Bodies

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Did you know that if your intestines were removed they would stretch round a tennis court several times over? Or that humans are as hairy as gorillas? Or that you move more than 90 muscles in your leg every time you take step? Or that you'll spend three years of your life on the toilet and one third of your life asleep?Packed with freaky facts and random trivia, this is the perfect guide to everything you ever wanted to know (and lots of things you might never have wanted to know) about Bodies - Horrid Henry style!

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Moody Margaret Strikes Back

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Moody Margaret and the Secret Club strike back! With their most ingenious dares and hilarious jokes, it's time for the girls to get their own back on Henry and his friends. But Henry isn't about to let anyone get the better of him, resulting in a hilariously horrid showdown! Filled with witty comments and acerbic asides from Henry and Margaret's friends, enemies, families and teachers, along with brand new Tony Ross illustrations, this book should keep Henry's (and Margaret's!) fans mischievously quiet.

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Horrid Henry's Underpants

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Horrid Henry receives a most unwelcome present . . .

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Horrid Henry and the Bogey Babysitter

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Horrid Henry encounters the babysitter from hell, traumatizes his parents on a car journey, goes trick or treating at Hallowe'en, and invades Moody Margaret's Secret Club. Four stories, as brilliant and inventive as ever, to add to 'the funniest series ever written about sibling rivalry and what it's like to be a young child' (Independent on Sunday).

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Horrid Henry's Nits

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

When Horrid Henry gets nits, and his little brother Peter Perfect doesn't, he makes sure that everyone else gets them too. After that, he can turn his attention to sabotaging the school trip, ruining his parents' dinner party, and terrorizing Peter.

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Horrid Henry and the Mummy's Curse

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Four favourite stories: Horrid Henry's Hobby, Horrid Henry's Homework, Horrid Henry's Swimming Lesson and Horrid Henry and the Mummy's Curse

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Horrid Henry's Christmas Cracker

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Helping Hercules

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross
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Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

Here are the Greek myths as you've never heard them before.Susan is whisked back through time to Ancient Greece, and finds that helping Hercules clean the Augean stables is much, much worse than tidying her room. One hair-raising experience follows another as she goes down into the Underworld with Orpheus, just misses being turned to stone by Medusa, and rides on the winged horse Pegasus. This is both a fabulously funny story and a brilliant way to introduce children to eight of the best-known Greek myths. Susan meddles in each of the myths - taking a dim view of the gods and goddesses and heroes she encounters - but gets out in the nick of time, so the myths themselves remain unchanged and will be remembered vividly by their readers. To make it easy, there is even a guide to pronouncing Greek names.