About the Author
In 1996 Terry was the best-selling British children's author with 5 of his books in the top ten best-sellers of the year (Waterstones Book Shop tables). In August 1997 he was still leading the way with thirteen titles in the top forty. (Bookseller listings). In 1999, The Daily Telegraph recorded that he outsold Enid Blyton by four to one and a Libraries survey made him the most-borrowed author of non-fiction in Britain - adult and children's books. Terry currently holds 8 out of the 10 slots for 'Most Borrowed Children's Non-Fiction' authors in the Public Lending Rights annual survey covering July 1998-June 1999. In November 1999 Books for Keeps magazine readers voted him "The outstanding children's non-fiction author of the 20th Century". In 2004 he continues to live up to this title with ever-increasing sales of the series.
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