Author(s): Ralph Steadman
A very funny take on the contortions a grandparent goes through to please a grandchild.
When Oliver visits Grumpy, Grumpy twists himself into a funny position to amuse his grandson. 'AGAIN!' shouts Oliver, so Grumpy does something even more extraordinary. 'AGAIN!' comes the refrain. And Grumpy complies. Again and again and again, until he's twisted himself slightly too far . . .
With eye-watering yet hilarious detail, cartoonist Ralph Steadman captures the pain and delights of grandparenthood with merciless accuracy.
Cartoonist and national treasure Ralph Steadman's take on the relentless joys of grandparenthood, for fans of the Ladybirds for Grown-Ups series
RALPH STEADMAN was born in 1936. He began his career as a cartoonist, and through the years has diversified into many creative fields. Ralph collaborated with Hunter S. Thompson in the birth of 'gonzo' journalism, with Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas; he has illustrated classics such as Alice in Wonderland, Treasure Island and Animal Farm, and written and illustrated his own books, which include Sigmund Freud, I Leonardo and The Big I Am. Steadman is also a printmaker, and has travelled the world's vineyards, culminating in his books The Grapes of Ralph, Untrodden Grapes and Still Life with Bottle.