Hungry Roscoe by David J. Plant
  

Hungry Roscoe

Written by David J. Plant
Illustrated by David J. Plant

Synopsis

Hungry Roscoe by David J. Plant

A hungry raccoon dresses up like a zoo animal in hopes of finding a more refined dinner. Chaos ensues!

Reviews

In this debut picture book, Plant pours on the charm, with retro-looking sorbet-colored art and a perfectly paced story. -The New York Times Done in a retro style with flatly applied, low-contrast colors, the cartoon illustrations are well-stocked with active, comically expressive figures. The narrative's poker-faced tone ( 'That's not for pests like you!

-tempered man ) adds a similarly antique flavor. -Kirkus Reviews The subdued color palette and uncomplicated illustrations lend a vintage to the page, but this thoroughly modern story is utterly charming and will delight young readers.-Summer Hayes, Booklist -In this debut picture book, Plant pours on the charm, with retro-looking sorbet-colored art and a perfectly paced story.--The New York Times -Done in a retro style with flatly applied, low-contrast colors, the cartoon illustrations are well-stocked with active, comically expressive figures. The narrative's poker-faced tone (- 'That's not for pests like you!

-tempered man-) adds a similarly antique flavor.--Kirkus Reviews The subdued color palette and uncomplicated illustrations lend a vintage to the page, but this thoroughly modern story is utterly charming and will delight young readers.-Summer Hayes, Booklist In this debut picture book, Plant pours on the charm, with retro-looking sorbet-colored art and a perfectly paced story. - The New York Times

-tempered man ) adds a similarly antique flavor. - Kirkus Reviews The subdued color palette and uncomplicated illustrations lend a vintage to the page, but this thoroughly modern story is utterly charming and will delight young readers.- Summer Hayes, Booklist

-tempered man ) adds a similarly antique flavor. -Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

David Plant was born in Hong Kong, grew up in Cyprus and now lives in Bristol, UK. He studied illustration at Falmouth University, UK. Plant counts Shaun Tan, David McKee, Eyvin Earle and M Sasek amongst his influences. He has previously been commission to work for CBeebies (children's branch of the BBC).

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
40 pages

Author

David J. Plant
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Publisher

Flying Eye Books

Publication date

1st April 2015

ISBN

9781909263536


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