Author

Martin Waddell

children's writer

1941   -  

genre: children's literature
country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
occupation: writer, association football player, children's writer
award received: Hans Christian Andersen Award, Nestlé Children's Book Prize

Martin Waddell (born 10 April 1941) is an Irish writer of children's books. He may be known best for the texts of picture books that feature anthropomorphic animals, especially the Little Bear series illustrated by Barbara Firth (not to be confused with Minarik & Sendak's Little Bear series). He also writes under the pen name Catherine Sefton, for older children, primarily ghost stories and mystery fiction. The work by Sefton most widely held in WorldCat libraries is the novel In a Blue Velvet Dress (1972). For his "lasting contribution" as a children's writer Waddell received the Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 2004.
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works

11

Little Drac

book by Martin Waddell

author: Martin Waddell

1992

Gwepsgodyn

boek van Martin Waddell

author: Martin Waddell

2005

Teulu Bach Tŷ'r Ysbryd

boek van Martin Waddell

author: Martin Waddell

1993

Owl Babies

book by Martin Waddell and illustrated by Patrick Benson

author: Martin Waddell

1992

Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?

author: Martin Waddell

Sleep Tight, Little Bear

author: Martin Waddell

Tu ne dors pas, Petit Ours ?

author: Martin Waddell

Bébés chouettes

author: Martin Waddell

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