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Three Little Monkeys

Paperback

A remarkable collaboration – that brings together giants of the picture book world – to create a funny, anarchic and utterly delightful picture book. A classic of the future.

Hilda Snibbs had three little monkeys. Their names were Tim and Sam and Lulu. They were very lively…

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ISBN

978-0-00-816448-5

Publication Date

06-09-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

228x312mm

Author

Quentin Blake, Illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark

Quentin Blake taught at the Royal College of Art, where he was Head of the Illustration Department before becoming a full time illustrator. He has collaborated with writers such as Russell Hoban, John Yeoman, and most famously Roald Dahl. He has also illustrated classic books for adults and created much-loved characters of his own such as Mr Magnolia and Mrs Armitage. He also curates exhibitions and is a Patron of the Campaign for Drawing.

Product Description

A remarkable collaboration – that brings together giants of the picture book world – to create a funny, anarchic and utterly delightful picture book. A classic of the future.

Hilda Snibbs had three little monkeys. Their names were Tim and Sam and Lulu. They were very lively…

ISBN

978-0-00-816448-5

Publication Date

06-09-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

228x312mm

Product Description

A remarkable collaboration – that brings together giants of the picture book world – to create a funny, anarchic and utterly delightful picture book. A classic of the future.

Hilda Snibbs had three little monkeys. Their names were Tim and Sam and Lulu. They were very lively…

Author

Quentin Blake, Illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark

Quentin Blake taught at the Royal College of Art, where he was Head of the Illustration Department before becoming a full time illustrator. He has collaborated with writers such as Russell Hoban, John Yeoman, and most famously Roald Dahl. He has also illustrated classic books for adults and created much-loved characters of his own such as Mr Magnolia and Mrs Armitage. He also curates exhibitions and is a Patron of the Campaign for Drawing.