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by Jacqui Hawkins,Colin Hawkins
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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Jacqui Hawkins,Colin Hawkins
  • ISBN:
    0749727667
  • ISBN13:
    978-0749727666
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Mammoth; New Ed edition (July 11, 1996)
  • Pages:
    28 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1679 kb
  • ePUB format
    1428 kb
  • DJVU format
    1678 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    358
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Colin Hawkins (1945) was born in Blackpool, England, and won a scholarship to art school at the age of thirteen. He and his wife, Jacqui Hawkins, produced their first children’s book, Witches, in 1981 and over one hundred titles have followed since then. Books by Colin Hawkins. Mor. rivia About Snap!

Hawkins, Jacqui Personal Born in England; married Colin Hawkins (a writer and illustrator), 1968; children: Finbar, Sally. Colin and Jacqui Hawkins' Word Book, Simon & Schuster (Hemel Hempstead, England), 1994. Grannies, Granada (London, England), 1994.

Hawkins, Jacqui Personal Born in England; married Colin Hawkins (a writer and illustrator), 1968; children: Finbar, Sally. Education: Attended Goldsmiths College. Source for information on Hawkins, Jacqui: Something About the Author dictionary. Snap! Snap!, Putnam (New York, NY), 1984, reprinted, Egmont (London, England), 2004. Mig the Pig, Putnam (New York, NY), 1984. Old Mother Hubbard, Piccadilly (London, England), 1984, Putnam (New York, NY), 1985. School, Collins (London, England), 1994.

I snap my fingers and point at him. Absolutely. Gemma shakes her head when she sees the officer smiling.

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents. This book is dedicated to all the wonderful readers who keeps whining about the cliff-hanger in part 1. Yea, it sucks, I know. I snap my fingers and point at him.

Jacqueline Hawkins (born 1945) is an English book author and illustrator. With her husband Colin Hawkins, they are known for their creative partnership, having illustrated and written over 150 children's books. They are also the parents of actress Sally Hawkins. She was born Jacqueline M. Sinfield in Oxford, the daughter of Anne (née Carey) and John Sinfield. She married Colin Hawkins (. 945) in 1968. She had known him as a child, as their families were acquainted with each other.

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Jacqueline "Jacqui" Hawkins (born 1945) is an English book author and illustrator.


Kazigrel
A childhood favorite of mine had to get it for my kids!
Winail
I bought this book years ago for my son who was troubled by nightmares. It came in handy just recently when my 6 year old daughter started complaining of nightmares.
The book is about Sally, who is kidnapped by the cutest monster you ever saw and carried off into the hairy, scary darkness where other equally cute monsters want to eat her up. Sally confronts the monsters, who decide to play with her. The story ends with Sally falling, falling, falling, down, down, down, into her bed.
Just the idea that such a thing as falling, falling, falling is in a real book seems to reassure my kids that this is a normal dream experience and nothing to worry about. I hope this book is back in print soon! I want a number of copies myself to give as gifts.