Puffin Books

Puffin Books is the children's imprint of British publishers Penguin Books. Since the 1960s it has been the largest publisher of children's books in the UK and much of the English-speaking world.

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Steve Jackson (UK Game Designer) - Credits - Books
... of Firetop Mountain (1982) with Ian Livingstone, Puffin Books Sorcery! 1–4 (1983–5), Puffin Books The Citadel of Chaos (1983), Puffin Books Starship Traveller (1984), Puffin ...
Aurealis Award For Best Young-adult Novel - Winners and Nominees
... In the following table, the years correspond to the year of the book's eligibility the ceremonies are always held the following year ... CatherineCatherine Jinks Witch Bank Puffin Books 19952 !1995 Marsden, JohnJohn Marsden Third Day, The Frost !The Third Day, The Frost Pan Macmillan 19961 !1996 Bell, HilaryHilary Bell* Mirror, Mirror ... Cornish* Foundling Omnibus Books 20062 !2006 Holohan, AmandaAmanda Holohan King's Fool !The King's Fool ABC Books 20062 !2006 Larbalestier, JustineJustine ...
Tarka The Otter - Notable Editions
... Putnams Sons, 1927, Hardback 1937, UK, Penguin Books, Paperback 1962, UK, Revised edition, Puffin Books, Paperback 1965, UK, Bodley Head, 1965, Hardback 1971 ... ISBN 0-8070-8507-3, 1990, Paperback (Concord Library Series) 1995, UK, Puffin Books ISBN 0-14-036621-0, June 1995, Paperback (Annabel Large, Illustrator) ...
Puffin Books - Puffin Post
... Puffin Post was a children's books magazine published by Puffin Books ... It was launched in 1967 by Kaye Webb, editor of Puffin Books ... discontinued in 1982, but relaunched in 2009 through The Book People as a bi-monthly magazine ...

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