Bartholomew And The Morning Monsters
Mornings are never easy - especially when the monsters from last night’s dreams want to stay and play!
Bartholomew struggles to get himself ready as the monsters from last night’s dreams sabotage the most simple of morning routines. A vast purple monster sits on his chest, making it hard to get up. A slug monster slimes his clothes, so he can’t get dressed. Brushing teeth, eating break- fast, and even going to the toilet all present challenges as the monsters mess around at Bartholomew’s expense. Will Bartholomew’s dad ever manage to get him out the door?
Hilarious illustrations bring Bartolomew’s frustration and befuddlement alive in this deceptively simple story that anyone who is not a morning person is bound to relate to.
Ruan van Vliet is a Dublin-based illustrator whose bright, smudgy artwork is distinctively expressive and absurdist. His self-initiated projects include clothing, paintings and animation. His clients include KT, Vans and Noble Rot, as well as countless independent music labels.
Sophie Berger is a recent English graduate based in Australia, whose writing has been published on Mama Mia and other influential blogs.
Bartholomew and the Morning Monsters
by Sophie Berger and
Ruan van Vliet
220 × 270 mm