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The latest of David McKee's fables for our time. Two monsters (one red, one blue), who live on either side of the mountain and never meet, find they disagree. From hurling verbal abuse they move to hurling rocks and verbal abuse and bigger rocks. As they stand face to face on a flattened landscape they suddenly find they agree after all. 'Pity about the mountain.' The message is unashamed and inescapable; the artist/author's line and language as funny and inventive as ever.