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Llama Destroys the World

Jonathan Stutzman Heather Fox



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16 February 2021
The laugh-out-loud story of a llama who inadvertently destroys the universe.

Meet Llama, a true hero for the ages, who has most definitely driven a bus and who loves cake way more than you.

On Monday, Llama discovers a pile of cake, which he promptly eats. On Tuesday, Llama squeezes into his dancing trousers, which he promptly rips. The force of the rip creates a black hole (naturally). By Friday, Llama will (indirectly) destroy the world.

In their debut picture book, author/illustrator team Jonathan Stutzman and Heather Fox introduce young readers to the hilarious, the oblivious, the apocalyptically adorable Llama. So grab some cake and prepare to dance . . . because the time for Llama is nigh!
By:   Jonathan Stutzman
Illustrated by:   Heather Fox
Imprint:   Puffin
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 250mm,  Width: 251mm,  Spine: 5mm
Weight:   240g
ISBN:   9780241401514
ISBN 10:   0241401518
Pages:   40
Publication Date:   16 February 2021
Recommended Age:   Up to 5 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jonathan Stutzman is an award-winning filmmaker and a picture book author. He has writing credits on Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Emmy-winning variety show HitRECord on tv (Pivot). Jonathan is a contributing writer to HitRECord's best-selling collection the Tiny Book of Tiny Stories (Vol 1-3). He received his masters at Temple University for Film & Digital Media. He lives in Palmyra, Pennsylvania. Heather Fox is an illustrator and graphic designer, creating art in pen and ink, digital, and gouache. Her art is filled with large quantities of quirk and dashes of whimsy, and she is very passionate about illustrating children's books and traveling the world. She lives in Ephrata, Pennsylvania.

Reviews for Llama Destroys the World

Married co-creators Stutzman and Fox open this outrageous story of planetary annihilation with a prediction: On Friday, Llama will destroy the world. The seriously silly tale then details a single week's events, beginning on Monday with Llama's consumption of more cake than any llama should ever eat. His indulgence is merely the first mistake in what turns out to be a domino effect of cascading errors . . . dessert has never seemed so epic. * Publishers Weekly *

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