By Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin
In the lands of the north where the black rocks stand guard against the cold sea, in the dark night that is very long, the men of the Northlands sit by their great log fires and they tell tales. Many and strange are the tales that they tell, of the deeds and adventures of Noggin, Prince of the Nogs. These are the stuff of sagas, already celebrated in story and song. Of the Nogs themselves, of how these people spent their days, little has been set down. To this aspect of Nogology this book is a small contribution, an in-depth study of their simple, happy, ridiculous way of life.