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In this fresh and inventive second picture book, from the author of the popular Slow Loris, meet Beegu, a beguiling character with three eyes and long, floppy ears…

Beegu is not supposed to be on Earth. She is lost. She is a friendly little creature, but the Earth People don’t seem very welcoming at all. However, so far she has only met the BIG ones. The little ones are a different matter.

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ISBN-13: 9780099417446
ISBN-10: 0099417448
Pagini: 40
Ilustrații: illus
Dimensiuni: 225 x 251 x 7 mm
Greutate: 0.2 kg
Editura: Penguin Random House Children's UK
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Alexis Deacon graduated from the University of Brighton, where he studied Illustration, gaining a first class honours degree. Alexis Deacon was one of Booktrust's ten Best New Illustrators in 2008, and Beegu was a New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal. Alexis lives in London.


“Alexis Deacon’s illustrations, with their stark, empty backgrounds, allow the almost luminous Beegu to stand out. This gives the lost creature an authentically childlike perspective, making her rejection and isolation all the more telling.”
"An absolute treasure, full of visual metaphor and riches which reveal themselves more and more at each reading" -- Valerie Coghlan Inis "The accomplished artwork underscores the children's easy acceptance of Beegu and highlights the book's uplifting message that acts of kindness have lasting effects" Publishers Weekly "Alexis Deacon's atmospheric illustrations capture the pathos of being an outsider" -- Julia Eccleshare Guardian "Moving and heart-warming" Financial Times "Alexis Deacon is an outstanding young artist whose illustrations give extraordinary depth and meaning to a very simple story" Mail on Sunday