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His books for children include ''ComicBook/FatherChristmas'' (awarded the Kate Greenaway Medal), ''Father Christmas Goes on Holiday'', ''Fungus the Bogeyman'', ''ComicBook/TheSnowman'' (a magical and completely wordless tale that was adapted into a beloved animated film), and ''The Man''.

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His books for children include ''ComicBook/FatherChristmas'' (awarded the Kate Greenaway Medal), ''Father Christmas Goes on Holiday'', ''Fungus the Bogeyman'', ''ComicBook/TheSnowman'' (a magical and completely wordless tale that was adapted into a beloved animated film), and ''The Man''.
''ComicBook/TheMan''.


* ''Literature/FungusTheBogeyman''



* TheVicar: The "Nice Little Vicar" terrorised by Fungus in ''Literature/FungusTheBogeyman''. A footnote explains that bogeys resent Vicars for conflating them with devils.
* WorthlessYellowRocks: Bogeys regard gold as a base metal, and use it to make spittoons.

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* TheVicar: The "Nice Little Vicar" terrorised by Fungus in ''Literature/FungusTheBogeyman''. A footnote explains that bogeys resent Vicars for conflating them with devils.
* WorthlessYellowRocks: Bogeys regard gold as a base metal, and use it to make spittoons.


His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest'', a graphic biography of his own parents that turned into an animated film narrated by Briggs himself.

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His books for older readers -- [[ArtStyleDissonance disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style style]] -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest'', a graphic biography of his own parents that turned into an animated film narrated by Briggs himself.


Raymond Redvers Briggs, (born 18 January 1934) is an English author and illustrator known for his picture books.

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Raymond Redvers Briggs, Briggs [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever CBE]] (born 18 January 1934) is an English author and illustrator known for his picture books.



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* ''WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest''


His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''[[WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest'', a graphic biography of his own parents that turned into an animated film narrated by Briggs himself.

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His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''[[WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest'', ''WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest'', a graphic biography of his own parents that turned into an animated film narrated by Briggs himself.


His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''Ethel And Ernest'', a graphic biography of his own parents.

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His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''Ethel And Ernest'', ''[[WesternAnimation/EthelAndErnest'', a graphic biography of his own parents.parents that turned into an animated film narrated by Briggs himself.


->''"I don't believe in happy endings. Children have got to face death sooner or later. Granny and Grandpa die, dogs die, cats die, gerbils and those frightful things - what are they called? - hamsters: all die like flies. So there's no point avoiding it."

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->''"I don't believe in happy endings. Children have got to face death sooner or later. Granny and Grandpa die, dogs die, cats die, gerbils and those frightful things - what are they called? - hamsters: all die like flies. So there's no point avoiding it."
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->''"I don't believe in happy endings. Children have got to face death sooner or later. Granny and Grandpa die, dogs die, cats die, gerbils and those frightful things - what are they called? - hamsters: all die like flies. So there's no point avoiding it."


Raymond Briggs is an English author and illustrator known for his picture books.

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Raymond Briggs Redvers Briggs, (born 18 January 1934) is an English author and illustrator known for his picture books.



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* WorthlessYellowRocks: Bogeys regard gold as a base metal, and use it to make spittoons.


His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''Ethel And Earnest'', a graphic biography of his own parents.

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His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''Ethel And Earnest'', Ernest'', a graphic biography of his own parents.


His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), and ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar).

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His books for older readers -- disconcertingly illustrated in the same cartoony style -- include ''Gentleman Jim'', ''ComicBook/WhenTheWindBlows'' (a darkly comic take on nuclear holocaust from the point-of-view of a simple cheerful middle-aged couple), and ''The Tin-Pot Foreign General and the Old Iron Woman'' (a satire of UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar).UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar), and ''Ethel And Earnest'', a graphic biography of his own parents.

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