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Julia Donaldson, Children's Laureate 2011-2013, is one of the UK's best-loved writers for children. Her books with artist Axel Scheffler have sold over 15 million copies and other distinguished illustrators with whom she has worked include Rebecca Cobb, Emily Gravett, Lydia Monks, Helen Oxenbury, David Roberts, Nick Sharratt and Charlotte Voake.

Her latest two books are  The Ugly Five  (Scholastic),   a joyful celebration of the ugly animals of the African savannah, and the next book in the bestselling Ladybird series,  What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday (Macmillan). Julia also writes highly-acclaimed fiction. Running on the Cracks (Egmont) is an award-winning novel for 11-13-year-olds, whilst the hilarious Princess Mirror-Belle series (Macmillan) is a delight for middle grade readers.

Julia divides her time between West Sussex and Edinburgh. Her books have won many awards including the Blue Peter Award for Best Illustrated Book to Read Aloud for Room on the Broom (Macmillan), the WH Smith Children's Book of the Year for Zog (Scholastic) and Scottish Royal Mail Award for  What the Ladybird Heard (Macmillan). The TV films of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom have been nominated for Oscars.

Killian Jones , better known as Captain Hook , formerly known as the Dark One , and briefly known as Prince Charles, is a character on ABC 's Once Upon a Time . He débuts in the fourth episode of the second season . He is portrayed by starring cast member Colin O'Donoghue and guest star Oliver Bell . He is the main reality version of Hook .

Hook is based on the character of the same name from the play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Would Not Grow Up , and the Disney film Peter Pan .

During the journey towards the island of Neverland, Killian and his crew members haul a boy out of the water aboard the Jolly Roger . At some point after this, Killian becomes known by the nickname Hook. (" Second Star to the Right ")

A collection of six funny and exciting Princess Mirror-Belle adventures from the much-loved author of "The Gruffalo-\-\"perfect for newly independent readers

"I'm Princess Mirror-Belle. You really ought to curtsy, but as you're my friend I'll let you off."Ellen gets a big surprise when she sees a mysterious girl in her b … athroom mirror. It can't be her reflection, because reflections don't talk back Her double is named Mirror-Belle, and she's a princess-\-\a very mischievous one at that. Whether she's wreaking havoc in a department store, riding the ghost train at the fair, or dealing with bullies in the playground, Princess Mirror-Belle is a princess with a purpose-\-\to cause as much trouble as possible

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Julia Donaldson, Children's Laureate 2011-2013, is one of the UK's best-loved writers for children. Her books with artist Axel Scheffler have sold over 15 million copies and other distinguished illustrators with whom she has worked include Rebecca Cobb, Emily Gravett, Lydia Monks, Helen Oxenbury, David Roberts, Nick Sharratt and Charlotte Voake.

Her latest two books are  The Ugly Five  (Scholastic),   a joyful celebration of the ugly animals of the African savannah, and the next book in the bestselling Ladybird series,  What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday (Macmillan). Julia also writes highly-acclaimed fiction. Running on the Cracks (Egmont) is an award-winning novel for 11-13-year-olds, whilst the hilarious Princess Mirror-Belle series (Macmillan) is a delight for middle grade readers.

Julia divides her time between West Sussex and Edinburgh. Her books have won many awards including the Blue Peter Award for Best Illustrated Book to Read Aloud for Room on the Broom (Macmillan), the WH Smith Children's Book of the Year for Zog (Scholastic) and Scottish Royal Mail Award for  What the Ladybird Heard (Macmillan). The TV films of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom have been nominated for Oscars.

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Julia Donaldson, Children's Laureate 2011-2013, is one of the UK's best-loved writers for children. Her books with artist Axel Scheffler have sold over 15 million copies and other distinguished illustrators with whom she has worked include Rebecca Cobb, Emily Gravett, Lydia Monks, Helen Oxenbury, David Roberts, Nick Sharratt and Charlotte Voake.

Her latest two books are  The Ugly Five  (Scholastic),   a joyful celebration of the ugly animals of the African savannah, and the next book in the bestselling Ladybird series,  What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday (Macmillan). Julia also writes highly-acclaimed fiction. Running on the Cracks (Egmont) is an award-winning novel for 11-13-year-olds, whilst the hilarious Princess Mirror-Belle series (Macmillan) is a delight for middle grade readers.

Julia divides her time between West Sussex and Edinburgh. Her books have won many awards including the Blue Peter Award for Best Illustrated Book to Read Aloud for Room on the Broom (Macmillan), the WH Smith Children's Book of the Year for Zog (Scholastic) and Scottish Royal Mail Award for  What the Ladybird Heard (Macmillan). The TV films of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom have been nominated for Oscars.

Killian Jones , better known as Captain Hook , formerly known as the Dark One , and briefly known as Prince Charles, is a character on ABC 's Once Upon a Time . He débuts in the fourth episode of the second season . He is portrayed by starring cast member Colin O'Donoghue and guest star Oliver Bell . He is the main reality version of Hook .

Hook is based on the character of the same name from the play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Would Not Grow Up , and the Disney film Peter Pan .

During the journey towards the island of Neverland, Killian and his crew members haul a boy out of the water aboard the Jolly Roger . At some point after this, Killian becomes known by the nickname Hook. (" Second Star to the Right ")

Princess Mirror-Belle: Amazon.co.uk: Julia Donaldson.


Princess Mirror-Belle and Snow White by Julia Donaldson

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