The Diary of Archie the Alpaca
Written by Kevin MacNeil / Illustrated by Moose Allain
221 in stock
About the Book
If you haven’t yet met Archie the Alpaca now’s your chance.
Prolific writer, social observer, grassiccino drinker, occasional dancer and loyal friend, Archie sees the world like no-one else. Gathered here are his thoughts, feelings, loves, hates and everything in between.
From his remarks on the volume of phone conversations to friendship with cats, tributes to great art and artists, and the joy of being Salvador Dali, his diary will teach you to think about everything you know just a little bit differently.
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