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Nicola L. Robinson - Author

Nicola has always drawn, usually things with teeth and claws and scales. Dragons and crocodiles have always been a favourite subject. Her covers include Japer Fforde's The Last Dragonslayer and How to Make a Golem (and Terrify people) by Allette J Willis. She also illustrated The Cat with Iron Claws (author Catherine Fisher, published by Pont Books).

Nicola also illustrates pop up books, including The Wizard of Oz published by Tango Books.

Nicola holds a degree in Fine Art and has worked as a freelance illustrator and designer since graduating. Nicola's other work has included concept art for animation. She currently lives in Nottingham with her partner Gareth and her collection of Bonsai Trees.

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The Monster Machine
Nicola L. Robinson
June 2012 Book of the Month. Have monster fun with the making of monsters and what they do next! Topped up with the right ingredients of slugs, toenail clippings, earwax, spiders and some special glue, the monster-making machine churns out...
Lovereading Price: £4.79 - Saving £1.20 (20%) Featured in: 3+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 16/05/2012
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