The Diary of a Monster Catcher by Nick Denchfield and Adam Stower
  

The Diary of a Monster Catcher

Written by Nick Denchfield and Adam Stower

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A pop-up extravaganza, full of adventure and crammed with magnificent monsters. Join Professor Potts the monster catcher, if you dare as her goes on a perilous quest that's not for the faint-hearted. Pefect gift for boys, with plenty of gross-out moments.

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Synopsis

The Diary of a Monster Catcher by Nick Denchfield and Adam Stower

Welcome to the Top Secret diary of Professor Gideon Potts, Monster Catcher to the King. He has embarked on an intrepid voyage: through harsh deserts, sodden rainforests and into the depths of the deepest ocean. Follow his dangerously funny journey as he searches for the greatest monster of them all.

About the Author

Nick is a talented paper engineer who creates fabulously intricate pop-up books. His work is admired for its wit, invention, and ingenuity. Nick is the creator of Dinosaur Park and Magical Beasts, illustrated by Anne Sharp, and designed the pop-ups for the Horrible Histories novelty book, Terrible Tomb of Tutankhamun. He lives near Reading with his family.

Adam completed a BA in Illustration at Norwich and an MA in Narrative Illustration at Brighton where he now lives and works. Adam is now represented by Arena agency.

Adam has a passion for drawing and a great love of traditional illustration. He specialises in fiction for children, editorial, character development and product design.

Adam writes and illustrates his own books, including Two Left Feet; SLAM and The Den as well as Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates written by Timothy Knapman.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
12 pages

Author

Nick Denchfield and Adam Stower
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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

6th October 2008

ISBN

9781407106168

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