By Terry Jones
This notable choice of awesome tales, written by way of the hilarious Terry Jones and illustrated through Michael Foreman, may have either little ones and oldsters rolling with laughter. A puppy who simply can't comprehend why he isn't allowed to perform drugs. A fox who runs a circus of informed chickens. A flea who thinks he's the executive of a sequence of mega-stores. A skunk who falls head over heels in love with a undergo. All are characters in a good looking new number of stories for kids of every age. The long-awaited new number of hilarious stories from the brain of a comic book genius, Monty Python's Terry JonesAmazing advertising and exposure agenda, together with an writer travel, pageant appearances, readings at the Monty Python's YouTube channel (which has over 125,000 subscribers) and newspaper and journal featuresAn opera of 1 of the tales, Dr. puppy, with musical preparations via The artwork of Noise's Anne Dudley will most advantageous on the Royal Opera residence in April 2011Accompanies reissues of Jones pervious 2 collections, Fairy stories and very good tales different titles within the sequence: Fairy stories and remarkable tales.
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