Slow Loris lived in a zoo, but he didn't care for it much. Slow Loris wasn't even his real name, but that was what everyone called him. A slow loris is just a type of animal. Slow Loris was a slow loris. He really was very slow. In fact he was so slow it took him ten minutes to walk from one end of his branch of his tree to the other and half an hour to eat a satsuma. Everyone thought that Slow Loris was dead boring, but he didn't care one bit. Why? Because he had a wild, secret life of his own. A simple, witty text and bold, striking artwork full of character and humour make this an exceptional picture book. Alexis Deacon has just graduated from University with a first class honours degree in Illustration. He has remarkable skill as both an author and illustrator and promises great things for the future.
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Deacon's debut displays admirable originality and draughtsmanship, and a great sense of humour... he is undoubtedly a welcome new talent. -- The Sunday Times, 3rd February 2002
Deacon's picturebook debut displays admirable originality and draughtsmanship, and a great sense of humour. He is undoubtedly a welcome talent. -- The Sunday Times, 3rd February 2002
The great pleasure of this book is the quality of the illustrations... this went down well with all the children. -- The Observer, 17th February 2002
The illustrations are dark and soulful, perfectly capturing the Loris's torpor. -- The Times Educational Supplement, 1st February 2002
This is a really thrilling debut... its originality jumps out of the covers. -- The Guardian, 27th March 2002
A stunning picture book that brilliantly turns assumptions upside down
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