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The Day Louis Got Eaten When Louis gets eaten up by a Gulper his big sister Sarah knows she has to act fast and she sets off in hot pursuit But rescuing a boy from a Gulper's tummy isn't so simple especially when other strange and scary creatures are looking for their dinner too Journal

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Day Louis Got Eaten
  • John Fardell
  • English
  • 25 September 2016
  • 9781467703154

About the Author: John Fardell

John Fardell is a British cartoonist and authorHe is a regular contributor to the adult comic Viz and has created and drawn two of the most popular and long running strips The Modern Parents1 and The Critics as well as the recent and rather less popular additions of Ferdinand the Foodie and Desert Island Teacher His work for Viz often tends to satirise various types of self important



10 thoughts on “The Day Louis Got Eaten

  1. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    If you have a six year old in your life you should really get this book My six year old son ADORES it and my husband and I love it too It's funny clever and exciting there are fabulous details in the illustrations and it reminds me in a very good way of Mercer Mayer's classic picturebooks One Monster After Another and Professor Wormbog in Search for the Zipperump a Zoo two books that both my son and I adore It has really lit up my son's imagination he's drawing picture after picture right now of the creatures in the book and other creatures that might exist in their worldWe checked out a copy from the library but my son is so in love with it he's asked us to buy a copy to keep and we absolutely will It's one I'm looking forward to sharing with my younger son too when he's old enough and it's definitely one of the select picturebooks that we'll be saving to pass on to any grandchildren afterwards

  2. Ashley Ashley says:

    Imaginative monsters creative bike modifications reciprocal sibling heroism and an awesome picture of crawling into a series of stomachs What doesn't this book have? I read it for storytime and it went well but it would go even better as a book to read at home because the illustrations have lots of things you can talk about that aren't written down I like that the girl is the main hero of the book but her brother also gets his chance to step up and save her That way it's about siblings looking out for each other than it is about a heroic boy or girl and both boys and girls can identify with a same gender hero in the book Normally I wouldn't give a crap about kids having a same gender hero but and kids I talk to are giving boy or girl labels to what I thought were unisex stories so I appreciate that this story has a hero for boy and girl listeners I'm not doing it justice by analyzing it so hard It's a fun silly story with lots of adventure and ingenuity One of the first books to be taken out after reading it at storytime

  3. Jennybeast Jennybeast says:

    I'm a big fan of picture books where someone gets eaten I'm also a big fan of picture books with monsters with silly names This one is excellent on both counts

  4. Saba Saba says:

    My little brother who's 14 turning 15 this month came into my room just to mess around while I was on my laptop so naturally he decided to go through my tabs He stopped at Overdrive so I went ahead and gave him a tour of my holds which he found intensely boring But then we went to the home page and clicked on this book randomly and it was available We downloaded it and actually sat there reading it and let me tell you when I say we really laughed We're definitely not the demographic for this book and most children's books are cute and all but not nearly as entertaining for older kids or adults but it’s always a pleasant surprise when you can find enjoyment in something that’s not necessarily meant for you too ' there's probably magic in the books that can genuinely make things seem a little brighter for everyone

  5. Nicola Nicola says:

    Fun and silly It reminds me of the nursery rhyme 'There was an old woman who swallowed a flea' I liked the different inventions and Miss 4 liked tracing the path to Louis through all the swallowed creaturesMiss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library sometimes around particular topics or themes We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new favourite authors

  6. Mikael Cerbing Mikael Cerbing says:

    The 35 years old little man at home LOVED this book We have not read anything else for the last three weeks And he brought it with him to bed and to breakfast and talks about it uite a lot and have now learned all the names of the different monsters And whats not to love? Nice cartoonish drawings of monsters with a lot of details to discuss uick paced pageturners on most pages and so on and so forth An easy five star book for the Young rewier

  7. Reign 1982 Reign 1982 says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book This book is about a sister name Sarah trying to rescue her brother Louis because he was eaten by a certain animal 🤔 In the end she finally rescued Louis and now must return the favor But does he have time to save her is he brave enough or is he too small to try?

  8. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    This is sort of an older version of the hungry hungry Caterpillar A monster eats a monster who eats a monster Prob a good book for little kids who like sort of gross stuff and for parents who like reading nonsense words

  9. Lynn Davidson Lynn Davidson says:

    This adventurous tale is a cumulative story Louis got swallowed whole the creature that swallowed him got eaten up and so on Funny story in which Louis's clever sister sets out to save him The fun illustrations are reminiscent of Seuss's work

  10. Jc Jc says:

    Not really sure what message I am supposed to get from the book

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