I was really liking the rhyme scheme of this book as it tripped right along, and then all of a sudden we’re baring our bum in victory and swallowing our siblings who are dubbed “annoying” and then the book ends… not a great moral, even if I like the illustrations and the rhyme scheme.
Neal Layton is an award-winning illustrator of over forty children’s books, including <i>Oscar and Arabella, </i> which he also wrote, and <i>That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown</i> by Cressida Cowell, winner of the Smarties Gold Award in the UK. Neal has worked in a chocolate factory, in a teapot factory, and on a lettuce farm. He now lives in Portsmouth on the English coast with his family. He likes living by the seaside. Learn more at neallayton.co.uk, or follow him on Twitter @LaytonNeal.