Sally Grindley Complete Children's Books
This is my entire collection (well almost!) of children's books, dating from September 1985 and in chronological order (as much as Pinterest enables that)…
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So excited about this book! It's BIG, it's funny and it's another collaboration with Peter Utton, following on from our Shhh! and Keep Out! This time it stars pigs and a wolf, but there are lots of twists in this lift-the-flap adventure. Published by Hodder Children's Books in 2015.
Adapted for young readers both here and in Australia and New Zealand, this is the story of a young boy's night-time adventure when his toy tiger comes to life. Published by Oxford University Press in 2015.
No, this isn't a mistake. Lots of my books have sold into the French market - too many to list here with their French covers - but this one has been published originally in Belgium/France, rather than in the UK, so this is the only way I can include it! Published by Pastel in 2015.
22 years on, this is a follow-up to our much-loved Shhh! There's something of the Goldilocks story about it, but it's more about the bears - and the threat of them! Go forward with trepidation, because you never know where they might be! Fabulous illustrations by Peter Utton, of course. Published by Hodder Children's Books in 2013.
In this fourth International Rescue title, Joe's family are helping to reintroduce a rhino into the wild, but then on safari they find themselves in extreme danger. Published by Bloomsbury in 2013.
Vultures are an endangered species, and during an annual kite festival in India many are maimed and killed. Joe and his family fly out to help, but Joe winds up in danger from a rabid dog. Published by Bloomsbury in 2012.
I worked with the Zoological Society of London to provide authentic information about animal lives as a backdrop to my International Rescue series of adventure stories. Here, young Joe has a rather too close encounter with a tiger. Published by Bloomsbury in 2012.
I picked up a book about the lives of Roma gypsies and found it fascinating, and so this story about Rose came to be. She is a Roma gypsy girl from a musical family, whose life is torn apart by tragedy. Published by Bloomsbury in 2011.
Giant tortoises are both heavy and very slow. How on earth will Noah encourage them onto the Ark? It requires some very clever thinking and some help from other animals! Published by Orchard Books in 2011.