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|Encyclopaedia of The Worlds of Doctor Who: A-D|
|Written by:||David Saunders|
|Publisher:||Piccadilly Press, Knight Books|
|Release date:||23 November 1987 (Hardback), October 1988 (Paperback)|
|Format:||Paperback book, 116 pages|
|ISBN 0-946826-54-4 (Hardback), ISBN 0-340-42842-2 (Paperback)|
|none||Encyclopedia of The Worlds of Doctor Who: E-K|
Publisher's summary Edit
Hardback Edition Edit
Where is Anterides?
Who was Azaxyr?
What was Bessie?
The answers to these, and more questions than you imagined existed will be found in Encyclopaedia of The Worlds of Doctor Who...
This is the first volume of the encyclopaedia.
Paperback edition Edit
How can 450,000 daffodils be connected with Doctor Who?
Where do the Cybermen come from?
Did Doctor Who travel on the Ark?
All the answers to your Doctor Who questions can be found in the first exciting volume of The Encyclopaedia of the Worlds of Doctor Who.
Subject matter Edit
Notable features Edit
- Illustrated with drawings by Tony Clark
- The first entry is ADJ - Atmosphere Density Jacket and the last entry (of this book) is Dyson, Ernest John (British supervising engineer at Snowcap base in Antarctica 1986).
- An Artiste Appendix covering all characters names A - D.
Castrovalva was omitted.