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Stuart The Bug Eating Man by Calvin Innes.
The Tiny Twisted Tales are a collection of short stories and poems from the rather strange mind of Calvin Innes.
Each Tiny Twisted Tale is about another weird, scary, wonderfully gruesome character, from people who eat bugs, to tiny toga-wearing goblins. Each book is packed with dozens of Calvin’s quirky illustrations.
Stuart The Bug Eating Man is about a man with an unusual taste for all things creepy and crawly. He likes nothing better than munching on a centipede sandwich or guzzling down a tall frosty glass of liquidized slug. Unfortunately his family don’t share his taste in snacks.
Stuart would eat bugs,
with his fork and with his knife.
Much to the disgust of Harriet, his wife.
He’d munch them, and crunch them,
legs and all.
While they’d wriggle and squirm
and scurry and crawl.
Gorgeous George & The Giant Geriatric Generator by Stuart Reid.
Promo video, read by Stuart Reid with illustrations by Calvin Innes.
Buy the book from all good book stores, as well as online retailers. Signed copies are available exclusively from the My Little Big Store
Gorgeous George & The Giant Geriatric Generator by Stuart Reid. Illustrated by Calvin Innes
Bogies, baddies, bagpipes and bums! Farting, false teeth and fun!
Gorgeous George and the Giant Geriatric Generator begins when George witnesses something rather disturbing from his bedroom window late one night. Maybe it was a UFO or a ghostly apparition, or maybe it’s even more sinister. Whatever it was, nobody believes him. People are disappearing fast and no one seems to care.
Why are the people of Little Pumpington so miserable? Why has his evil teacher started smelling of wee? Why is Mr Watt so fat? Why does Mr Jolly the Janitor collect hundreds of pairs of false teeth in a cupboard in his workshop? And what will happen when mad Kenny sticks two crayons up his nose?
During detention George discovers a secret stash of soggy tea-bags and a hundred boxes of broken biscuits hidden in a mysterious tunnel beneath the school. Can his new friend Alison help, even though she’s just ‘a boring girl’? Will Alison’s mum give them money for sweets?
Can Gorgeous George (who’s not really gorgeous at all) solve these mysteries with the help of his Grandpa Jock, the wild-haired ginger Scotsman before Grandpa Jock deafens the whole town with his bagpipes?
Oh, and do not try the ‘burning brown bag of poo prank’ at home! You have been warned!
The Ecobears by David Sterricker. Illustrated by Calvin Innes
In a far off galaxy there is a lush and vibrant planet known as Vynen.
The planet rich, forest covered planet is home to thousands of exotic species of plants and animals, from the Giant Hairy Momomouth to the miniature Flip Beetle, each of them cared for by the Ecobears.
The Ecobears are highly intelligent creatures who watch over plants and animals on planets all across the universe, protecting them from harm. They travel vast distances across space to strange worlds with unimaginable forms of life, with their only aim being the protection of endangered species (whatever they may be).
When the evil bears known as Krakkov and Dilus (The Bear Reaper) are located on a distant planet the brave Ecobears must quickly jump into action. These villains are know well on the planet Vynen and wherever they go, trouble quickly follows.
Can they protect the planet from certain destruction? Join the Ecobears in their first action packed book to find out.
The Ecobears is an exciting and action packed children’s book with a message of caring for the environment and the protection of the Earth’s resources.