Bob Wilson's classy graphic novels, such as Ging Gang Goolie it's an Alien, are favourites in primary classrooms

Geraldine Brennan

Bob Wilson's classy graphic novels, such as Ging Gang Goolie it's an Alien, are favourites in primary classrooms. Fans of Stanley Bagshaw and the Short-Sighted Football Trainer (back in print from Barn Owl Books) can catch up with Stanley and his heroes, Huddersgate Albion, at an exhibition of Wilson's work at the St John Street Gallery, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, until September 18. Tel: 01335 347425; email: rob@sjsg.co.uk. See (and buy) examples online at www.sjsg.co.uk.

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