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About Barbara

Before I became a writer, I was a teacher. I guess that's why I enjoy visiting schools and meeting up with my readers. Writing for children is great fun. I love to write funny books (my series of stories about Damain Drooth, the hopeless boy detective is my favourite) and I really enjoy writing thrillers for older children. I live in the country and write in my office which overlooks fields of... More
Barbara's Published Works Ages Date Published
Books 1 - 4 of 62 from Barbara's published works, View all 62 books
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1. Oxford Literacy Web Spiders: Year 5 (Paperback)
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill, Keith Gaines, Rosalind Kerven, Stan Culliemore, Mark McArthur
    Publisher: Oxford University Press
N/A 05/23/2002
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2. Eric & The Pimple Potion (Paperback)
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill
    Publisher: Red Fox
N/A 02/01/2001
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3. Livewire: Chillers (Paperback)
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill, Brandon Robshaw
    Publisher: Hodder Arnold H&S
N/A 04/05/1999
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4. Livewire: Chillers (Paperback)
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill, Brandon Robshaw
    Publisher: Hodder Arnold H&S
N/A 04/05/1999
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1. Damian Drooth, Supersleuth: The Case of the Disappearing Daughter (Paper...
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill
    Illustrator: Tony Ross
    Publisher: Andersen Press
N/A 5/9/2008
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Barbara said: Damian gets to put his detective skills to the test when bigshot movie director, Victor DeVito's daughter, Trixibelle, goes missing. As he follows a trail of the most unlikely clues, Damian has to pr...more
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2. Terror in the Attic (Paperback)
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill
    Illustrator: Stephen Player
    Publisher: Hodder Wayland
N/A 5/9/2008
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Barbara said: A lodger has rented the attic in Craig and Kelly's house, but there is something odd about him. Why does he dress in weird black clothes and what is in the leather bag he guards so closely? Desperat...more
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3. Eric and the Peculiar Pong (Paperback)
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill
    Illustrator: Bridget MacKeith
    Publisher: Andersen
Ages 4-8 5/9/2008
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Barbara said: Alarm bells are ringing in Eric's brain. He wacky Auntie Rose has sent another spooky present from South America. There'll be trouble, he's certain... or could it be different this time? Could it b...more
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4. Eric and the Voice of Doom (Tiger Series) (Paperback)
    Author: Barbara Mitchelhill
    Illustrator: Bridget MacKeith
    Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
N/A 5/9/2008
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Barbara said: Eric is stressed out! A baby in the family is bad enough - but this baby is seriously weird. He soon discovers why. His crazy Auntie Rose has sent another present from South America which has incre...more
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Profile Comments
Comment by Samantha Clark on 5/16/2008 at 6:13 PM:
Thanks for the note, Barbara. That's interesting that you sometimes think of the title and work the story around it. And thanks for the comment on Sir Newton. I learn a lot from doing those books, and they're a lot of fun. I'm also writing a middle-grade novel, so it's all go.
Comment by Samantha Clark on 5/16/2008 at 2:38 PM:
Hi Barbara, I was browsing the members' bookshelf and just loved the titles of your books. I will have to pick them up and have a read. I clicked over to your profile and noticed you are in England. I'm a Brit too, although married to an American so now living in in Texas, south of Houston, near the... more
Comment by Julie Shore on 5/12/2008 at 8:33 PM:
Thank you for your wish of luck, Barbara. What an impressive list of works you have--here's to your continued success! Julie

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