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From the creator of Anthony Ant, a stunning and innovative picture book - chaos in computer city! The Troglobytes are tiny little creatures that live inside your computer. There are good Troglobytes : Professor Processor, the brains of the computer, the Robo Ticks, who keep law and order, Major Rom, who guards the start up file and Mike Megabike, who carries messages along the electronic highways. And bad Troglobytes : Captain Hacker and his gang of Pirate Hackerbytes, who want to take control of the computer, and the Beastiebytes, who make mischief wherever they can. A furiously exciting story told in dialogue and brilliantly detailed pictures of the insides of the computer, where a whole world of comic and colourful little characters are busy doing things that children will enjoy looking at and working out for hours.

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About Graham Philpot

Graham Philpot was born and brought up in Suffolk. He worked in design, editorial and advertising ("from Mars bar labels, to Times newspaper cartoons, to London Transport posters"), before turning to children's books after the birth of his first child. In 1994 he won the Children's Book Award for Best Picture Book for Amazing Anthony Ant, produced with his w...

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Graham Philpot was born and brought up in Suffolk. He worked in design, editorial and advertising ("from Mars bar labels, to Times newspaper cartoons, to London Transport posters"), before turning to children's books after the birth of his first child. In 1994 he won the Children...

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