eBook The Wonderhair Hair Restorer: Level 7 Fiction Books (Sunshine Books) download
by Tandi Jackson,Korky Paul
Author: Tandi Jackson,Korky Paul
Publisher: Applecross Ltd. Hong Kong (1990)
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View all The Wonderhair Hair Restorer: Level 7 Fiction Books (Sunshine Books) pictures. Manufacturer: Applecross Ltd. Hong Kong Release date: 18 June 1990 ISBN-10 : 1559119756 ISBN-13: 9781559119757.
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Korky Paul (real name Hamish Vigne Christie Paul; born 1951) is a British illustrator of children's books. He was born and raised in Rhodesia but now lives in Oxford, England. His work, characteristically executed with bright watercolour paint and pen and ink, is recognisable by an anarchic yet detailed style and for its "wild characterisation". Yoga Without Words by Sandy Chubb and Jo Child, 2008.