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Doctor Who: Tales of Terror

Mike Tucker Paul Magrs Richard Dungworth Scott Handcock

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MISCELLANEOUS
17 September 2010
Science fiction; Science fiction (Children's&YA); Fantasy & magical realism (Children's&YA); Short stories (Children's&YA); Doctor Who Novel; Short Stories Sci-Fi; Time Travel; First Doctor; Second Doctor; Third Doctor; Fourth Doctor; Fifth Doctor; Sixth Doctor; Seventh Doctor; Eighth Doctor; Ninth Doctor; Tenth Doctor; Eleventh Doctor; Twelfth Doctor
A spine-chilling collection of twelve short illustrated adventures packed with terrifying Doctor Who monsters and villains, perfect for Hallowe'en! The six authors featured are Jacqueline Rayner, Mike Tucker, Paul Magrs, Richard Dungworth, Scott Handcock and Craig Donaghy. The illustrator is Rohan Eason.

Each short story features a frightening nemesis for the Doctor to outwit, and each stars a different incarnation of the Doctor, with additional appearances from favourite friends and companions such as Sarah Jane, Jo and Ace.
By:   Mike Tucker, Paul Magrs, Richard Dungworth, Scott Handcock, Craig Donaghy
Imprint:   MISCELLANEOUS
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm,  Spine: 27mm
Weight:   446g
ISBN:   9781405942799
ISBN 10:   1405942797
Series:   Doctor Who
Pages:   368
Publication Date:   17 September 2010
Recommended Age:   From 7 to 12 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Richard has written over forty books for children and began his writing career as an in-house author, working on non-fiction, first at Usborne Publishing, and later at Ladybird Books. Since going freelance, he has created original stories to support a wide range of exciting licensed properties such as Doctor Who; Wallace and Gromit; Transformers; MI High; Captain Scarlet and The Incredibles. Richard lives in Leicestershire with his wife and two young children. Richard's rather unfortunate surname comes from a village in South Yorkshire, where his ancestors lived. It means 'a dwelling with dried cow pats for roofing'. Lovely.

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