Age 3-5 | Paperback | 36 pages | 250 x 250mm
Publication June 2021 | ISBN 9781914079269
Ceri and Deri are well known for having a sweet tooth and like visiting both Delwen’s Domain of Desserts and Peredur’s Pudding Palace. But one day Delwen and Peredur have an argument – which are best, puddings or desserts? The two sides finally come together to find the best solution and a delicious compromise.
The latest in the educational Ceri and Deri picture book series, Pudding for Dessert teaches children how two people can see things differently: puddings or desserts. It also shows them the importance of community when settling disputes, as well as the value of friendship, in an accessible and engaging way. Max’s characteristic humour, imagination and illustration style bring the characters and their adventures vividly to life.
Books in the series:
Ceri & Deri Good to Be Sweet
- Ceri & Deri No Time for Clocks
- Ceri & Deri The Treasure Map
- Ceri & Deri The Very Smelly Telly Show
- Ceri & Deri Young Whippersnapper
- Ceri & Deri Get Your Skates On
Ceri & Deri are a series of illustrated children's stories by exciting new illustrator Max Low.
'The effortless educational message is lightened by the charm, humour and pure, simple joy.' - Mary Esther Judy, Fallen Star Stories.
'As always the cat and dog duo offer some gentle (or in this case somewhat less gentle) learning concerning different ways of seeing along the way, but it never gets in the way of the fun story, illustrated in Max Low’s characteristic expressive, gently humorous colourful small town scenes.' - Jill Bennett, Red Reading Hub
'Pudding for Dessert teaches children how two people can see things differently: puddings or desserts. It also shows them the importance of community when settling disputes, as well as the value of friendship, in an accessible and engaging way. Max Low’s characteristic humour, imagination and illustration style bring the characters and their adventures vividly to life.' - Sarah Tyson, Books Up North
'The story is so fun and the resolution at the end is just so perfect, brilliant and clever too! It’s a good ending and a story with a great message for children and it’s one I’d recommend.' The Strawberry Post
Max Low is a graduate of Hereford School of Art, and was selected by best selling children's author Nicola Davies to illustrate Bee Boy and the Moonflowers, the penultimate tale in Graffeg's Shadows and Light series. The Ceri & Deri series are his first solo authored and illustrated works.