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Steve Wilson

11 children’s books by the writer and illustrator

3-6 years

Hedgehugs

Steve Wilson, Lucy Tapper

Hedgehugs

Horace and Hattie Hedgehog are the very best of friends. There are so many things they like to do together but there is one thing they can't do...They cannot hug! They are just too spiky!

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3+ years

Horace and Hattiepillar

Steve Wilson, Lucy Tapper

Horace and Hattiepillar

Horace and Hattie are the very best of friends… One day they found something tiny and interesting under a leaf. It hatches and Horace and Hattie look after it until it turns into something beautiful…then Horace and Hattie want ...

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0-3 years

Hedgehugs Board Book

Steve Wilson

Hedgehugs Board Book

Horace and Hattie are the very best of friends… There are so many things they like to do together, but there is just one thing they can’t do… They cannot hug! They are just too spiky! The popular Hedgehugs ...

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3-6 years

Hide and Squeak

Steve Wilson, Lucy Tapper

Hide and Squeak

Horace and Hattie are the very best of friends...One autumn day they are watching the leaves fall from the trees when they hear a squeak...Could it be a new friend to play with?

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3-6 years

Hopping Hot

Steve Wilson

Hopping Hot

Horace and Hattie are the very best of friends… One day they are trying to play their favourite hopping game but it is too hot! Can they beat the heat and find a way to hop while it’s hot?

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2+ years

Horace and Hattiepillar Board Book

Steve Wilson

Horace and Hattiepillar Board Book

Horace and Hattie are the very best of friends… One day they found something tiny and interesting under a leaf. It hatches and Horace and Hattie look after it until it turns into something beautiful…then Horace and Hattie want ...

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Lines That Wiggle

Candace Whitman, Steve Wilson

Lines That Wiggle

Follow the line that runs through this picture book and turns itself into all kinds of things: the waves above an octopus, the veins in a leaf, the wrappings curling around a mummy, and the trapping threads of a spiderweb ...

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