Mr Wuffles ignores all the toys people buy for him. He's not lazy, he's just very picky. Now Mr Wuffles has the perfect toy and he's ready to play. But it's not really a toy at all. It's something much more interesting . . .
'Expertly imagined, composed, drawn and coloured, this is Wiesner at his best' - Kirkus (Starred Review)
David Wiesner is one of the best-loved and most highly acclaimed picture book creators in the world. His books have been translated into more than a dozen languages and have won numerous awards in the US and all over the globe. He lives with his family in Philadelphia.
Wiesner’s dialogue and illustrations are clever, whimsical and sophisticated.
New York Times, Book Review
Rich imaginative detail makes you revisit each page again and again. . . Perfect for schools and curious-minded children.
Booksellers' Choice, The Bookseller
Expertly imagined, composed, drawn and colored, this is Wiesner at his best.
Kirkus (Starred Review)
A cat story with a difference! Stunning illustrations celebrate imaginative play.
Julia Eccleshare, Lovereading
This wonderful, almost wordless, picture book is full of dramatic visual storytelling . . . A joy to share and discuss
Once again Wiesner dips into his impressible imagination to deliver a mostly wordless conceptual picture book where the mundane and the magical collide
Booklist, starred review
Visual storytelling at its best
School Library Journal, starred review
The award-winning Wiesner (his trophy collection would make Meryl Streep blush) is a master of the form, a magical realist who makes the commonplace seem suddenly more interesting
The Atlantic Wire
Witty, brilliantly imaginative
Books for Keeps
This near wordless masterpiece is completely absorbing… Ingenious.
Red Reading Hub
A nice precursor to comic books
Little Booktastic blog
Bold and unusual. A great way to stimulate discussion.
Parents in Touch
The detailed illustrations and comic style are the perfect way to encourage children to use their imagination.
Parents in Touch
It’s fetched out again and again, making new discovering every time.
Guardian, Imogen Russell Williams
Uproarious. The narrative is witty and sophisticated.
The Herald (Glasgow)