An emotional, honest account of living with dementia.
Tony Husband has been a full-time cartoonist since 1984. His cartoons have appeared in many newspapers, magazines, books and websites, and in several TV and theatrical productions. They include Private Eye, The Times, Punch, Playboy, The Sunday Express, The Spectator and The Sun. He has won more than 15 major awards, including the Pont Award for depicting the British way of life. Yobs, which he draws for Private Eye, is one of the best-known comic-strips in Britain. In the 1980s, he co-devised and edited Oink!, a popular children's comic, and its TV spin-off, Round The Bend, for Hat Trick Productions. For the theatre, he co-wrote a play and accompanying book, Save The Human, with David Wood. He and the poet Ian McMillan tour the UK regularly with their show A Cartoon History Of Here, an evening of live, improvised poetry and cartoons.
A heartbreaking picturebook unlike any other... a profoundly poignant account that will strike a chord with so many families touched by this cruellest of illnesses. - Daily MailThis is a classic which shall surely find a place in every home which is touched by dementia. It should be on offer in every Memory Service and every general practitioner'ssurgery. - Old Age Psychiatrist