"Jumping jumbucks!" cried the Xyder, "Have I found another Xyder?" "Sorry, no," said the Zeeder. "I'm a Zeeder, can't you see?" Two lonely creatures are looking for love and when their paths cross it seems to everybody else that it's a match made in heaven. But each monster is searching for someone 'just like me' and as they quickly see, they look completely different! Luckily they meet again and eventually they realize that it's what's inside that's important!
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Malachy Doyle grew up in Northern Ireland and then studied a Psychology degree in Lancashire. He lives in a big, old house in Wales with his wife, three children and three cats. When he's not visiting schools or walking in the mountains, Malachy writes full time. He is the author of Hungry, Hungry, Hungry (Andersen Press) as well as many other highly acclaimed books. Joel Stewart grew up in Sheffield after spending his earliest years in a commune in the wilds somewhere near Barnsley. He obtained a first class Honours degree in illustration from Falmouth College of Arts and was already working on his first picture book, The Adventures of a Nose, before he graduated. He plays the banjo and button accordion and likes to draw while watching films, especially ones he's seen before. Other titles illustrated by Joel Stewart include Jabberwocky (Walker Books), Tales of Hans Christian Andersen (Walker Books) and Me and My Mammouth (Macmillan).Review:
"Doyle's verse text has a satisfying rhythm that sustains lines of various lengths and rhyme schemes, as if demonstrating in its very structure that variety can be harmonious" The Sunday Times "This is a lovely verse story, with a neat ending ... What really sets it apart are Joel Stewart's delightful illustrations" Daily Telegraph "My heart was won over by Malachy Doyle's When a Zeeder Met a Xyder ... Illustrator Joel Stewart delightfully captures this quirky tale of two lonely souls in search of a friend. Doyle's words dance and the story is a joy to read aloud. The rhythm is reminiscent of a Dr. Seuss text ... I echo the Xyder's cry, "whoopy-dee!"'" Irish Times "In this deliciously sweet picture book with its quirky illustrations, young readers will meet a pair of characters whom they will find it hard not to fall in love with. For a time we wonder if they will ever properly 'find' one another but thankfully things work out just as they should" -- Marya Jansen-Gruber Through the Looking Glass "It's fun! It has rhythm and rhyme ... wonderful humour in the written text" Write Away!
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