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About Cath

I have 25 years’ experience in publishing and have written more than 120 books for children of all ages. I specialise in history, global and social issues, world religions, human geography and environmental topics. I undertake project management of books for children and adults as well as all kinds of editorial work on educational and craft books; children’s fiction and non-fiction educationa... More
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1. Amundsen and Scott's Race to the South Pole (Great Journeys Across Earth...
    Author: Cath Senker, Daniel Gilpin, Jane Bingham, Jim Kerr, Liz Gogerly
    Publisher: Heinemann Library
N/A 10/15/2008
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2. Marco Polo's Travels on Asia's Silk Road (Great Journeys Across Earth) (...
    Author: Cath Senker, Daniel Gilpin, Jane Bingham, Jim Kerr, Liz Gogerly
    Publisher: Heinemann Library
N/A 08/26/2008
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3. Burton and Speke's Source of the Nile Quest (Great Journeys Across Earth...
    Author: Cath Senker, Daniel Gilpin, Jane Bingham, Jim Kerr, Liz Gogerly
    Publisher: Heinemann Library
N/A 08/26/2008
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4. Magellan's Voyage Around the World (Great Journeys Across Earth) (Hardco...
    Author: Cath Senker
    Publisher: Heinemann Library Hardbacks
Ages 9-12 03/30/2008
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Comment by Jescott 'Jesse and Scott' on 5/19/2015 at 4:39 AM:
Fine Summer wishes from us. We're focusing on mastering video books this year with the thought that our characters should be speaking, dancing and turning over their own pages, live.
Comment by Eric Hammond on 2/5/2010 at 9:44 AM:
Hello, Cath.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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