Richard Morgan





Richard Morgan

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November 20, 1966

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Richard Morgan is a children's book illustrator, whose books for Random House Children's Books include Oops, Sorry (2003), The Funny Tummy Book (2000) and The Rat-a-tat Hat Book (2000). In the past Richard has worked for Disney and has created characters for greeting cards. He lives with his wife and daughter near Cambridge. [from Random House author bio]

He also writes/illustrates under the name "Maddy Rose".


Average rating: 3.80 · 50 ratings · 8 reviews · 30 distinct works · Similar authors
Zoo Poo: A First Toilet Tra...
3.77 of 5 stars 3.77 avg rating — 31 ratings — published 2004 — 3 editions
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OOPS, Sorry!: A First Book ...
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I Like Big Trucks
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5.0 of 5 stars 5.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 1999
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The Funny Tummy Book
5.0 of 5 stars 5.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 2000
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Remembering Your Story: Cre...
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Wohin, Kleine Piraten?
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The Magic Box: A Pop-Up Adv...
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I Like Wild Animals
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The Rat-a-Tat Hat Book
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Let's Talk About My Favouri...
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“Angels and demons, heaven and hell, God, morality, law and language. It’s all metaphor. Scaffolding to handle the areas where base reality won’t cut it for you guys, where it’s too cold for humans to live without something made up. We codify our hopes and fears and wants, and then build whole societies on the code. And then forget it ever was code and treat it like fact. Act like the universe gives a shit about it. Go to war over it, string men and women up by the neck for it. Firebomb trains and skyscrapers in the name of it.”
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“Society is, always has been and always will be a structure for the exploitation and oppression of the majority through systems of political force dictated by an élite, enforced by thugs, uniformed or not, and upheld by a willful ignorance and stupidity on the part of the very majority whom the system oppresses.”
Richard Morgan

“And how exactly did you come by that murderous little item?
Ringil reached up and touched the pommel of the Ravensfriend, where it rose at his shoulder. 'It was forged for me at An-Monal by Grashgal the Wanderer.'
Yes - actually I was talking to the sword.”
Richard Morgan

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