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About Sally

Sally Grindley is a published adapter, author, compiler, editor, illustrator, and a narrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Sally Grindley include Teddy Tales, Poppy and Max and the Big Wave (Poppy & Max), Christmas Cheer: A Collection of Holiday Tales.
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Sally's Published Works Ages Date Published
Books 1 - 4 of 82 from Sally's published works, View all 82 books
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1. Shhh! (Paperback)
    Author: Peter Utton, Sally Grindley
    Publisher: Hodder Headline
Ages 4-8 01/01/2006
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2. The Cloth of Dreams (Hardcover)
    Author: Sally Grindley
    Publisher: Little Brown UK
N/A 06/1996
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3. Shhh!: Lift the Flaps But Don't Wake Up the Giant! (Hardcover)
    Author: Sally Grindley
    Publisher: Joy St Books
Ages 4-8 09/01/1992
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23 Reviews  
4. Elizabeth Hen (Picture Lions) (Paperback)
    Author: Sally Grindley
    Illustrator: Sally Grindley
    Publisher: Picture Lions
N/A 05/1989
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1 Reviews  
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Comment by Michelle Breum on 5/5/2010 at 7:06 AM:
I'm reading Dear Max to my three children. My six year old daughter wants to know if you use the name DJ Lucas as a nickname other times or only when you talk about the book, Dear Max. We love your book. My kids thought it had to be a true non-fiction story. Now they understand realistic fiction. Th... more
Comment by Dawn Davies on 7/31/2009 at 7:25 AM:
sounds a fab idea, great to meet you,dawn,bristol.uk
Comment by Eric Hammond on 2/16/2009 at 4:56 PM:
Hello, Sally.
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