A book about books and all the things that can go wrong when you make one, by the picture book dream team that produced The Pencil and Hooray for Bread.
Allan Ahlberg is a world-famous children's writer. He has published over 100 books for children, including such award-winning books as Each Peach Pear Plum, Burglar Bill, Peepo and The Jolly Postman. He lives in Lewes.Bruce Ingman turned to book illustration after teaching art in several colleges. His first book, When Martha's Away, won the National Art Library Award and the prestigious Mother Goose Award. Ahlberg and Ingman have worked together on a number of hugely successful stories, including Hooray for Bread, The Runaway Dinner and The Pencil.
'A clever story about the making of a book and all the things that
can go wrong' - Absolutely magazine
'Fascinating ... zany, unexpected at times, and a joy to explore' - Storytime
'A wonderfully different book which will become a favourite to read over and over again' - Parents in Touch
'A perfect pairing of words and pictures, Ahlberg and Ingman prove themselves once again to be a winning team' - School Librarian
'Immerse yourself in a beautifully illustrated ride with rhythm and pace which will sweep you from cover to cover with a smile' - The Association of Illustrators