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Elizabeth Ward…[Ering] tells and shows the story of a funny-looking undersea creature who dares to defy his mud-dwelling clan's rule…Ering is fond of Roald Dahl-like neologisms (hornly scratchers and scrintalberry leaves, anyone?), and his wiggleskins have the dashed-off, loopy look favored by Dahl's regular illustrator, Quentin Blake. But his olive and aquamarine seas and sun-washed beaches are the work of a born landscape artist.
—The Washington Post