The Red Dread
Illustrated by the author
"A spooky wee tale with lots of heart"
"The energy Tom injects into his drawings is enough to power an army of industrial toasters for a week"
"Brimming with visual humour and a lively pace, the dialogue-led text is perfect to read aloud"
Witty, lively and gently thought-provoking, this debut picture book from inky genius Tom Morgan-Jones about a group of animals and the unseen monster in their midst will have readers laughing out loud.
THUMP THUMP. The Red Dread is on the loose and Shrew and the other animals are afraid. From stolen nuts to missing rabbits, they whisper of the terrible actions of the Red Dread. As panic increases, logic and team spirit evaporate and soon it’s every creature for itself.
Told entirely in dialogue, this quirky read-aloud tale plays out in sly illustrations brimming with visual humour. The core theme of fear of the other is delivered with winks aplenty for the reader who will be thrilled to be in on the joke.
Publication Date: 01 February 2018