The first of Allan Ahlberg's mini-masterpieces for early readers, illustrated in full colour by Katharine McEwen. Winner of the Red House Children's Book Award, this book is the first in a series of brilliantly funny early readers by Allan Ahlberg. One morning Mr Gaskitt puts on all his clothes, Mrs Gaskitt picks up a robber in her taxi, Gus and Gloria have trouble with a teacher, Horace the cat goes to a friend's house to watch TV and the car radio gets things wrong. What follows is an action-packed, massively swift-paced and farcical romp as different plots interweave and end in a thrilling car chase with Mr Gaskitt saving the day! With full-colour illustrations by Katharine McEwen.
Allan Ahlberg is best known as the author of several award-winning books illustrated by his late wife, Janet, including "The Jolly Postman," He lives in southern England.
Raymond Briggs is the creator of "The Snowman," He lives in Sussex, England.
A timely reissue in handsome paperback editions. Ahlberg's gift for conveying funny situations and fast-paced action adventure in an uncluttered storyline is perfectly matched by energetic illustrations that fill in the detail Guardian
Winner of Children's Book Award: Picture Book Category 2002.
MAN WHO WORE ALL HIS CLOTHES
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