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A Web of Air (Paperback)
By: Phillip Reeve
Marion Lloyd Books
Published: 01/11/2010

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Mary Queen of Scots and Her Hopeless Husbands (Paperback)
By: Margaret Simpson, Phillip Reeve (Illus)
Scholastic
Published: 04/10/2010

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Henry VIII and His Chopping Block (Paperback)
By: Alan MacDonald, Phillip Reeve (Illus)
Scholastic
Published: 20/03/2006

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Elizabeth I and Her Conquests (Paperback)
By: Margaret Simpson, Phillip Reeve (Illus)
Scholastic
Published: 20/03/2006

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Urgum and the Googoobah (Paperback)
By: Kjartan Poskitt, Phillip Reeve (Illus)
Scholastic
Published: 04/08/2008

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Al Capone and His Gang (Paperback)
By: Alan MacDonald, Phillip Reeve (Illus)
Scholastic
Published: 04/08/2011

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