Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary by Neil Corry, Jacqueline Rayner, Andrew Darling, Kerrie Dougherty


Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary by Neil Corry, Jacqueline Rayner, Andrew Darling, Kerrie Dougherty

Discover the secrets of the mysterious time traveller, in Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary . It is a lavishly illustrated guide to all the characters, aliens, monsters, locations and technology of all 5 Doctor Who series plus, get the lowdown on the new Doctor, Matt Smith. Specially commissioned cross-section artworks expose the inner workings of the Dalek Emperor's Flagship and the Doctor's sonic screwdriver. New photography reveals more in-depth details, from the fascinating aliens to the demise of the Time Lords and all-new characters including the formidable Donna Noble and the deadly Toclafane. It is perfect for fans of the Doctor everywhere!

About the Author

Neil Corry is a magazine writer and editor who has written the Doctor Who DVD Files (for GE Fabbri), the Decide Your Own Destiny novel, Doctor Who: Empire of the Wolf (Penguin, 2010) and contributed to the revised Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary (Dorling Kindersley, 2010). Simon Beecroft is the New York Times bestselling author of LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary as well as many other Star Wars titles for children, including Star Wars The Clone Wars: Watch Out For Jabba the Hutt, Star Wars: Luke Skywalker's Amazing Story, and Star Wars: Beware the Dark Side. He has also written books on subjects as diverse as dinosaurs, extreme weather, future technology, Nelson Mandela, Power Rangers, and the Fantastic Four.

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144 pages
Interest Age: From 7


Neil Corry, Jacqueline Rayner, Andrew Darling, Kerrie Dougherty
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Publication date

1st September 2010



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