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              Otto Blotter, Bird Spotter

              Otto Blotter, Bird Spotter (Hardback)

              By Carter, Graham

              • RRP: $26.99
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              The Blotter family are famous bird spotters, who stay in their hide all day. When he follows the BIGGEST footprints he's ever seen, he finds an extraordinary baby bird all on its own. But the bird keeps growing and growing, and Otto begins to suspect it may have a family after al...l...
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              ISBN 9781783447459
              Released NZ 1 Oct 2019
              Publisher Andersen Press Ltd
              Interest Age 0-5 years
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              Otto Blotter, Bird Spotter

              Otto Blotter, Bird Spotter (Paperback)

              By Carter, Graham

              • RRP: $18.99
              • $15.19
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              The Blotter family are famous bird spotters, who stay in their hide all day. All except for Otto - he'd rather go out and have big adventures. When he follows the BIGGEST footprints he's ever seen, he finds an extraordinary baby bird all on its own. Otto's new friend soon reveals... a very special ability: camouflage! But the bird keeps growing and growing, and Otto begins to suspect it may have a family after all... perhaps the time has come to take him home?Keen-eyed readers may spot the bird's giant family hidden on the pages, if they're good enough bird spotters!
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              ISBN 9781783448968
              Released NZ 1 Jun 2020
              Publisher Andersen Press Ltd
              Interest Age 0-5 years
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              The Gravedigger's Son
                

              The Gravedigger's Son (EPUB ebook)

              By Moody, Patrick; Illustrated by Carter, Graham

              • RRP: $67.99
              • $67.99
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              Although he yearns to be a Healer, Ian Fossor must follow family tradition and help the spirits of the dead find peace in the Beyond, but when Weavers threaten he finds his rightful place.

              ISBN 9781510710740
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              Language en
              Released NZ 26 Sep 2017
              Publisher Simon & Schuster Ltd
              Interest Age 8-12 years
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              The Gravedigger's Son
               

              The Gravedigger's Son (Hardback)

              By Moody, Patrick; Illustrated by Carter, Graham

              • RRP: $43.50
              • $39.15
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              Although he yearns to be a Healer, Ian Fossor must follow family tradition and help the spirits of the dead find peace in the Beyond, but when Weavers threaten he finds his rightful place.

              ISBN 9781510710733
              Released NZ 1 Nov 2017
              Publisher Skyhorse Publishing
              Interest Age 8-12 years
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              Against the Unknown
               

              Against the Unknown (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Carter, Graham

              • RRP: $27.50
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              Nothing is quite as it seems. A US senator introduces a bill that could change the course of history AzAzAz then his daughter vanishes.

              ISBN 9781922074034
              Published NZ 1 Jun 2012
              Publisher Wombat Books
              Interest Age General Audience
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              A Swindon Wordsmith: the life, times and works of George Ewart Hobbs
                

              A Swindon Wordsmith: the life, times and works of George Ewart Hobbs (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Ponting, Noel; Carter, Graham; Hobbs, George Ewart

              • RRP: $58.50
              • $58.50
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              So-called 'ordinary' working towns sometimes hide their lights under bushels, but this book aims to put the record straight, to some extent - by paying tribute to one of Swindon's forgotten wordsmiths. George Ewart Hobbs deserves to be remembered alongside fellow Swindon writers ...Alfred Williams and Richard Jefferies, particularly as his works tell us so much about the times through which he lived (1883-1946). Despite working full-time, for more than half a century, as a Great Western Railway engineer, George was a prolific writer, most of his works commissioned as weekly columns in Swindon's local paper, the Advertiser. For the first time, this book republishes a sample of his works, including articles about many of the subjects that fascinated him - religion, philosophy, astronomy, spiritualism, engineering and more. But it also includes poetry, eyewitness reports on remarkable events of the day, pioneering comic sketches and even science fiction stories. As well as this literary legacy, George Ewart Hobbs's vivid writing provides us with a unique and brilliantly observed insight into everyday and so-called 'ordinary' life in Swindon, a century ago.
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              ISBN 9781906978761
              Released NZ 14 Dec 2019
              Publisher Hobnob Press
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              Otto Blotter, Bird Spotter
               

              Otto Blotter, Bird Spotter (Hardback)

              Illustrated by Carter, Graham

              • RRP: $38.99
              • $38.99
              • In Stock US

              The Blotter family are famous bird spotters, who stay in their hideout all day. All except for Otto--he'd rather go out and have big adventures. When he follows the BIGGEST footprints he's ever seen, he finds an extraordinary baby bird all on its own. Otto's new friend soon revea...ls a very special ability: camouflage! But the bird keeps growing and growing, and Otto begins to suspect it may have a family after all . . . perhaps the time has come to take him home? Keen-eyed readers may spot the bird's giant family hidden on the pages, if they're good enough bird spotters!
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              ISBN 9781541577626
              Released NZ 3 Sep 2019
              Publisher Andersen Press
              Interest Age 4-9 years
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              A Swindon Wordsmith: the life, times and works of George Ewart Hobbs
                

              A Swindon Wordsmith: the life, times and works of George Ewart Hobbs (Hardback)

              By Ponting, Noel; Carter, Graham; Hobbs, George Ewart

              • RRP: $78.99
              • $78.99
              • In Stock US

              So-called 'ordinary' working towns sometimes hide their lights under bushels, but this book aims to put the record straight, to some extent - by paying tribute to one of Swindon's forgotten wordsmiths. George Ewart Hobbs deserves to be remembered alongside fellow Swindon writers ...Alfred Williams and Richard Jefferies, particularly as his works tell us so much about the times through which he lived (1883-1946). Despite working full-time, for more than half a century, as a Great Western Railway engineer, George was a prolific writer, most of his works commissioned as weekly columns in Swindon's local paper, the Advertiser. For the first time, this book republishes a sample of his works, including articles about many of the subjects that fascinated him - religion, philosophy, astronomy, spiritualism, engineering and more. But it also includes poetry, eyewitness reports on remarkable events of the day, pioneering comic sketches and even science fiction stories. As well as this literary legacy, George Ewart Hobbs's vivid writing provides us with a unique and brilliantly observed insight into everyday and so-called 'ordinary' life in Swindon, a century ago.
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              ISBN 9781906978778
              Released NZ 8 Jan 2020
              Publisher Hobnob Press
              Interest Age General Audience
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