Doughnut of Doom by Elys Dolan
  

Synopsis

Doughnut of Doom by Elys Dolan

It's another day in Food Town and Alison McNutty, peanut butter sandwich and rookie reporter, needs a big break. So, when news comes in of a monster doughnut on the rampage, she's straight on the case. But will she ever defeat the ravenous doughnut and save all food kind?

About the Author

Elys Dolan

Elys Dolan grew up in a part of Sussex that consists almost entirely of trees and cows and she was named after a department store in Wimbledon. She's never let either of these things hold her back and Elys recently graduated with distinction from the MA in Children's Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. Elys has been awarded second place in the Macmillan Prize and was also shortlisted for the Waterstone's ‘Picture This’ prize. Elys works predominately with ink, newfangled digital witchcraft and coloured pencils of which she is the proud owner of 178 but can never seem to find a sharpener. Based in Cambridge, when Elys is not drawing she grows cacti, collects pocket watches and spends altogether too much time in the company of other illustrators.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Elys Dolan
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Author's Website

www.elysdolan.com/

Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd
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Publication date

4th August 2016

ISBN

9780857637475


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