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Stephen Axelsen - Author

Stephen Axelsen works as a full-time freelance illustrator for many children's publishers and also for the School Magazine. His bibliography is large and varied, beginning with the Blinky Bill books he illustrated some time ago. He is well known for books such as Eucalyptus Christmas, I Findem P.I., Red Hot Jokes for Kool Kids and his illustrations for the Crazy Tales series - Rodney's Runaway Nose (with Richard Tulloch), Quentin's Lunch (with Duncan Ball), The Mad Murkin's Holiday (with Bob Ryan) Cocky Colin (with Richard Tulloch) and Terrible Troy (with Max Fatchen). Stephen’s most recent book is the wonderfully whimsical Piccolo & Anabelle 2: The Disastrous Party.

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A Very Messy Inspection
Stephen Axelsen
A charming comedy about orphan Piccolo Grande and how he copes with the strange and rather crazy guardian angel who comes to take charge of him. With her wild red hair and unpredictable behaviour – including getting stuck in a...
Lovereading Price: £5.59 - Saving £1.40 (20%) Featured in: 7+ readers
Format: Hardback | Released 01/02/2006
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