Author(s): Ralph Steadman

Children Fiction

Meet the little dot that lives inside your computer. When you have switched off, he takes the opportunity to visit his friend, the Duchess of Amalfi. He whizzes through cyber space to her place, for tea. Sometimes he is full of ink, and wobbly: and sometimes he isn't. There are soldiers in white uniforms at the bottom of the hill, that he likes to cover in ink - and then he dances with them, because he is ashamed of himself. He's pretty good at dancing - so long as he doesn't wiggle he won't make a single blot. First published 2000.


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The parade of coloured ink creatures suggests a joyful child let loose in a stationery cupboard. - T.E.S. Reminiscent of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are. - Observer Some of Steadman's most exuberant drawings ever, in a messy delight of a book. - The Scotsman

Ralph Steadman is one of Britain's most highly acclaimed artists, having acheived prominence as an illustrator for adult as well as children's books. He contributes to several national newspapers.

General Fields

  • : 9781842704844
  • : anderson
  • : anderson
  • : 0.198
  • : September 2005
  • : 290mm X 220mm X 3mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Ralph Steadman
  • : Paperback
  • : 1105
  • : 823.914
  • : 32
  • : illustrations