Morris the Mankiest Monster

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Picture Corgi, Sep 30, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Irresistibly, exuberantly disgusting, a new picture book from the author of Giraffes Can't Dance, with a hero who flosses his teeth with slugs   Meet Morris, the world’s stinkiest picture book hero. It's been years since he last changed his T-shirt. It's crusty and crawling with ants. His shoes are all slurpy and squelchy inside, and potatoes grow out of his pants. Morris is sweet, charming . . . and completely disgusting. Kids will love him.

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User Review  - alsocass - LibraryThing

Enjoyment Illustrations: 5/5 - Manky monster doing very gross things. Readability: 5/5 - A great rhythm, loads of fun making gross noises and animations. Storyline: 5/5 - Basically the book describes ... Read full review

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User Review  - book_zone - LibraryThing

Morris the Mankiest Monster is possibly the most disgusting children's picture book ever and a very worthy successor to the filthy crown that for many years has been worn by Raymond Briggs and his ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Giles Andreae is the bestselling author of such titles as Commotion in the Ocean, Giraffes Can't Dance, K Is for Kissing a Cool Kangaroo, Love Is a Handful of Honey, and Rumble in the Jungle. Sarah McIntyre is the author of Vern and Lettuce and the illustrator of You Can't Eat a Princess!

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