For anyone who's ever imagined what might happen if your doodle comes to life. A hilarious tale of cavemen, sabre-tooth tigers - and a giant pencil!
A little boy is doodling cavemen. He gives them all names - Colin, Clive, Carlos and Flint - and then goes to get a drink. As he leaves, he accidentally knocks over his pot of pencils. And that's when something amazing happens. One of the pencils drops into his picture, where the cavemen have now come to life!
What do cavemen do with a giant pencil? Make a stone-age car, of course. A hilarious book illustrated by Simon Rickerty, winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2013.
Praise for Monkey Nut:
"With brio and inventiveness he fills the pages with splashes, squabbles, contrast and laughter." Michael Rosen
"A bright and cheerful picture book that will have young readers laughing out loud from beginning to end." The Bookbag
"Who would have thought that one little monkey nut could make such a hilarious and imaginative book?... Bright and colourful, this is a lovely story about sharing." Parents in Touch
"Bold images brilliantly convey this witty story about how much trouble one monkey nut can cause!" Julia Eccleshare for Lovreading.co.uk
"Anyone would find looking at this book an exhilarating experience." Books for Keeps
"Perfect for entertaining your young reader." Mother and Baby Magazine
Simon Rickerty wrote and illustrated Crayon and The Peanut, and he also illustrated I Don’t Want to Be a Pea and I Am Not a Copycat! He has a degree in art and design from the London College of Communication and earned a master’s degree in illustration at the Royal College of Art. He lives in rural Bedfordshire, UK.