A parody of the famous children's book, The Very Hungover Caterpillar tells the story of one man's attempts to shake off his hangover . . .
'Hilarious and painfully accurate, The Very Hungover Caterpillar is liable to be one of those parodies that becomes more famous than the original.' Independent
In the gloom of the room, a fully dressed man lies on the sofa.
The next morning, the TV comes on and - ugh! - ! up lurches a thirsty and very hungover caterpillar.
From the bestselling authors of We're Going on a Bar Hunt, comes another hilarious parody of a much-loved children's book.
This time, we follow the quest of one man as he attempts to shake off his hangover, through eating whatever he can get his hands on, and annoying his family in the process.
The perfect book for anyone who fondly remembers the original, but has now grown up and knows all too well just how painful hungover days can be . . .
Hilarious and painfully accurate, The Very Hungover Caterpillar is liable to be one of those parodies that becomes more famous than the original. - The Independent
... a very funny parody - The Mirror
A very amusing take on the children's picture book which makes a great stocking filler. - Parenting Without Tears
Very much a loving parody, with the aim of gently teasing any parent (ourselves included) who have ever had to cope with small children and a monster hangover. - Female First
It's the perfect stocking filler for any mum or dad this Christmas. - The Press Association
(Praise for We're Going on a Bar Hunt): This is the genius work of Josie Lloyd and Emlyn Rees, a couple who turned their rare date night into such a funny parody of classic kids' book, We're Going On A Bear Hunt, it's become a bestseller. Easy to sing, hilarious and slightly naughty - what's wrong with celebrating British pub culture in a cute, innocent way? - Sunday Mirror
EMLYN REES spent his early twenties traveling around Asia and mixing cocktails in London for the likes of Sylvester Stallone and Princess Anne. He published his first crime novel aged twenty-five, his second a year later, and then co-wrote seven comedies with Josie Lloyd, including the Sunday Times bestseller Come Together. He is the editor of British and American paperback crime fiction imprint, Exhibit A, and lives on and around Brighton beach with Joanna Rees, aka Josie Lloyd.