Donald Bisset

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Donald Bisset
Born (1910-08-30)30 August 1910
Died 10 August 1995(1995-08-10) (aged 84)
Occupation Actor

Donald Bisset (30 August 1910 – 10 August 1995), was a British actor.[1] He also wrote stories for children which he mostly illustrated himself. They have been translated into 16 languages.[2]

Selected filmography[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Anytime Stories, illus. by the author. London, Faber & Faber, 1954
  • Some Time Stories, illus. by the author. London, Methuen & Co., 1957
  • Next Time Stories, illus. by the author. London, Methuen & Co., 1959
  • This Time Stories, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1961
  • Another Time Stories, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1963
  • Little Bear's Pony, illus. Shirley Hughes. London, Benn, 1966
  • Hullo Lucy, illus. Gillian Kenny. London, Benn, 1967; as Hello Lucy!, Ernest Benn, 1969
  • Talks With a Tiger, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1967
  • Kangaroo Tennis, illus. B. S. Biro. London, Benn, 1968
  • Benjie the Circus Dog, illus. Val Biro. London, Benn, 1969
  • Nothing, illus. by the author. London, Benn, 1969
  • Upside Down Land. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1969
  • Time and Again Stories (selection of stories from Some Time Stories and This Time Stories), illus. by the author. London, London, Methuen, 1970
  • Barcha the Tiger, illus. Derek Collard. London, Benn, 1971
  • Tiger Wants More, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1971; as Ogg, illus. Amelia Rosato. Oxford University Press, 1987
  • Yak and the Painted Cave, illus. Lorraine Calaora. London, Methuen, 1971
  • Yak and the Sea Shell, illus. Lorraine Calaora. London, Methuen, 1971
  • Yak and the Buried Treasure (from an idea by Susan Rutherford), illus. Lorraine Calaora. London, Methuen, 1972
  • Yak and the Ice Cream, illus. Lorraine Calaora. London, Methuen, 1972
  • Father Tingtang's Journey, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1973
  • Jenny Hopalong, illus. Derek Collard. Tonbridge & London, Benn, 1973
  • Yak Goes Home, illus. Lorraine Calaora. London, Methuen, 1973
  • The Adventures of Mandy Duck, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1974
  • The Happy Horse, illus. David Sharpe. London, Benn, 1974
  • Hazy Mountain, illus. Shirley Hughes. Harmondsworth, Kestrel Books, 1975
  • 'Oh Dear', said Tiger, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1975
  • Paws with Numbers, with Michael Morris, illus. Tony Hutchings. Maidenhead, Berks., Intercontinental Books, 1976
  • Paws with Shapes, illus. Tony Hutchings. Maidenhead, Berks., Intercontinental Books, 1976
  • The Lost Birthday, illus. by the author. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1976
  • Journey to the Jungle, illus. by the author. London, Beaver Books, 1977
  • The Story of Smokey Horse, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1977
  • This is Ridiculous, illus. by the author. London, Beaver Books, 1977
  • The Adventures of Yak, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1978
  • What Time Is It, When it Isn't?, illus. by the author. London, Methuen, 1980
  • Johnny Here and There, illus. by the author. London, Methuen Children's Books, 1981
  • The Hedgehog Who Rolled Uphill, illus. by the author. London, Methuen Children's Books, 1982
  • The Joyous Adventures of Snakey Boo, illus. by the author. London, Methuen Children's Books, 1982
  • Sleep Tight, Snakey Boo, illus. by the author. London, Methuen Children's Books, 1985
  • Upside Down Stories, with Alison Claire Darke. London, Puffin, 1987
  • Just a Moment!, illus. by the author. London, Methuen Children's Books, 1988
  • Please Yourself. London, Methuen Children's Books, 1991

References[edit]

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