Flamboyant and eccentric, being noticed is what all the members of the Shrimpton family live for - all except, that is, for Maude. She prefers to blend into the background rather than stand out in a crowd. And this is very much to her advantage when they all come face to face with a rather hungry tiger . . .
Sophisticated and highly decorative, Trisha Krauss cleverly uses visual clues and innuendo to embellish the tale of the not-so-noticeable Maude and her extraordinary family.
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Trisha Krauss decided she wanted to be an illustrator at the age of fifteen. She spent several years in New York, where she worked with work with some of the most creative designers, art directors and advertising agencies. She likes to use watercolour or acrylic and draw on plywood or other objects she finds. Her illustration has been exhibited in New York aMore about Trisha Krauss