Category Archives: Oscar
Mammoth Academy in Japanese! (Thanks to Andy Sharp at Hodder for the photo)
National Libraries Day in Southsea with Neal Layton (and Oscar!)
Now you can find Mammoth birthday cards and notecards in the shops. A card company called Roger la Borde have published a range of four cards which we think look very exciting. You can see more on their website.
Suddenly, copies of the books started to appear in other languages. So many, that we had to take a photo of them to show you. The postman keeps on bringing more, and Neal likes to think of children in China, … Continue reading
This is the third book about the Mammoth Academy – and it’s time for all the students to go on a school trip.
When Oscar and Arabella go back to school after the holidays there are all sorts of surprises for them. And the cave men are behaving very badly indeed. This is the second book about their adventures.
The three picture books about Oscar and Arabella (and Ormsby) then started to be read by children in other countries. Children in France, America, Korea, Denmark, Japan and the Netherlands were reading about them so Neal decided to keep going. … Continue reading
Now by this time Oscar and Arabella had made quite a few friends so Neal decided to write a book about friendship. Ormsby is a woolly rhino – but he’s also a bit of a show-off. You can read about … Continue reading
By the time Neal wrote his second book about Oscar and Arabella he’d become quite bothered about climate change. Of course, the woolly mammoths understood what it was like when there was a change of temperature too, so he wrote … Continue reading