An infectious rhyming story about a Dad whose penchant for eating leftover food soon lands him in trouble.
Do you leave food on your plate at mealtimes? If you do, beware, it could lead to all sorts of trouble…
The dad in this book has a penchant for leftover food—even the bits that are soggy and chewed! He eats EVERYTHING—unfinished sandwiches, cold soggy fires, unwanted broccoli, half eaten pies! But when, one day, he accidentally guzzles the cat’s Puss-Pep-Up Powder, strange things start to happen…
Peter Bently is the author of many books for young readers, including King Jack and the Dragon, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, which the New York Times called “at once contemporary and classic.” His Cats Ahoy! received the Roald Dahl Funny Prize in his native England. Peter lives in Devon, England, with his wife and two children.
Russell Ayto earned his degree in graphics at Exeter College of Art and Design in England. He has illustrated several award-winning picture books, such as The Witch's Children and the Queen by Ursula Jones, which won the Gold Smarties Prize in 2003, and Quacky Quack-Quack! by Ian Whybrow. Russell lives with his wife and three children in Penzance, England.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK (June 6, 2013)