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I am a published illustrator of children's books. Some of my books include Teach Your Child to Swim (Usborne Parents' Guides), Miss Lupin's Motorbike, Bible Heroes (Bible Search and See), and Puss in Boots. But there are lots more.

www.rogerferedayillustrator.co.uk
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1. Miss Lupin's Motorbike (Leapfrog Rhyme Time) (Hardcover)
    Author: Sue Graves
    Illustrator: Roger Fereday
    Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd
Ages 4-8 03/27/2008
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2. Puss in Boots (Leapfrog) (Hardcover)
    Author: Anne Cassidy
    Illustrator: Roger Fereday
    Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd
Ages 4-8 10/13/2005
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3. Penguin Quick Guides: Computer English (Paperback)
    Author: Martin Eayrs
    Illustrator: Roger Fereday
    Publisher: Longman
All Ages 05/08/2001
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4. Penguin Quick Guides: Really Useful English Words (Paperback)
    Author: David Maule
    Illustrator: Roger Fereday
    Publisher: Longman
Adult 05/08/2001
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Comment by Eric Hammond on 10/9/2008 at 10:41 AM:
Hey, Roger.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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