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Don't Look Back Paperback – 1 Aug 2006


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As well as providing an irreverent introduction to some of the most notorious characters from Greek mythology, the two Steves have managed to write another fast-paced, easy-to-read adventure story that will appeal to 8-11 year olds. The wonderful illustrations of the talented Tony Ross provide a great visual stimulus. (School Librarian )

About the Author

Steve Barlow was born in Crewe but now lives in Somerset with his wife and cats. After working as a puppeteer, refuse collector and laundry-van driver, he became a teacher of performing arts, before turning to full-time writing. With Steve Skidmore, he formed one of Britain's most popular writing double-acts for young people, and performs regularly in schools and libraries. (If you haven't seen them in action, you definitely should.)

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Steve Skidmore lives in Leicester, and for the past eighteen years has worked with Steve Barlow as a duo of performing artists and writers. To date they have written more than eighty books together. They are much in demand, both at home and abroad, for visits to schools, libraries and festivals: their performances have been described as "hilarious", entertaining", "brilliant" and "mad". The Two Steves' internationally acclaimed work includes the Lost Diaries series, the Vernon Bright books, Tales of the Dark Forest and the award winning series uniquely combining books and the World Wide Web, OUTERNET.

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