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Allan Ahlberg

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Allan Ahlberg

Allan Ahlberg was born in England in 1938. He was adopted into a family in Oldbury in the West Midlands.

As a child he loved to read. He finished school at age seventeen. After a series of jobs, culminating in grave-digging, he became an elementary school teacher when he was twenty-two.

He met his first wife, the artist Janet Hall at a teacher training college. Their first book, The Brick Street Boys was published in 1975.

Janet and Allan had one daughter, Jessica, who is also an illustrator.

He has written more than 140 books many with other illustrators, including his daugher Jessica.



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Baby Sleeps (1998)

A book about babies for babies. Taken from the popular Baby’s Catalog.

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The Baby’s Catalogue (1982)

Whimsical drawings of the daily routines of the lives of babies and their parents. Includes some vocabulary words.

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The Bear Nobody Wanted (1992)

The adventures of a teddy bear who was just a bit of a snob, but he was made that way.

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Blue Buggy (1998)

Baby learns about colors. This is the U.S. edition of Blue Pram.

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Blue Pram (1998)

Baby learns about colors. There is a U.S. edition called Blue Buggy.

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Burglar Bill (1977)

Burglar Bill burgles a baby by accident. Then Burglar Betty burgles him!

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Bye Bye Baby (1989)

The baby did not have a mommy so he set out one day to find one. And then he needed a daddy so they both set out to find one.

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The Cinderella Show (1986)

Town End Primary School puts on a school play.

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The Clothes Horse and Other Stories (1987)

What if there really were a horse made out of clothes? or a Night Train that brought the night?

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Clowning About (1984)

A fold-out ‘Daisychain’ of clowns with humorous verses.

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The Collected Poems (2008)

Poems that really are poetry.

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Cops and Robbers (1978)

It is Christmas Eve and the robbers of London set out to steal as many toys as they can, but Officer Pugh is on the job.

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Doll and Teddy (1998)

Pictures illustrate a baby’s world.

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Each Peach Pear Plum (1978)

A game of I Spy with favorite nursery characters.

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Fred’s Dream (1976)

Fred dreams of many things instead of paying attention in class.

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Funnybones (1980)

The Skeleton family goes out for a walk, but there is no one to scare.

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The Good Old Dolls (1984)

A set of fold-out character cards featuring dolls.

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The Good Old Dolls (1984)

A set of fold-out character cards featuring dolls.

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The Great Marathon Football Match (1976)

The Brick Street boys play a football match that goes on and on and on.

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The Ha Ha Bonk Book (1982)

A large collection of jokes and riddles.

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