Two Left Feet by Adam Stower


Two Left Feet by Adam Stower

Everyone knows that monsters love to dance, and no monster loves to dance more than Rufus. So when an invitation arrives to attend a Grand Ball at the Glittering Palace, Rufus can barely contain his excitement. But finding a partner is going to be difficult, especially when, like Rufus, you have two left feet. Unless, that is, there is something even better (but more unconventional) than one right and one left foot!

About the Author

Adam Stower studied Illustration at the Norwich School of Art where he obtained a first class BA (Hons) degree, and then he went on to do a Masters degree in Narrative Illustration at Brighton University. Adam now lives and works in Brighton. This is his first picture book.

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32 pages


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Publication date

1st August 2005



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