Stuart is an unpleasant little boy who would like to be an artist. He is bored of painting his city scapes, and nasty monsters so he sets off to paint 'real animals'. But soon after setting up camp Stuart is meeting all kinds of animals none of which quite meet his high expectations. Until, that is he meets one with the required qualifications - a nice big smile and all his own teeth - and suddenly Stuart's arrogance isn't quite enough to protect him. A wonderfully wicked story with the wonderful moral 'Don't be too demanding of your models just incase those models get very demandin gof you!'
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Herbie Brennan lives in County Carlow, Ireland. He is the author of several books for children including our own ZARTOG'S REMOTE, FAIRY NUFF and NUFF SAID. With this wonderfully entertaining text he has proven himself to be a brilliant author of picture books for young readers. C...More about Cathy Gale