Gorgeous George and The Giant Geriatric Generator

A new children’s book which is titled, Gorgeous George & The Giant Geriatric Generator has been written by Stuart Reid and it is being launched by My Little Big Town. This is the first book to be published by Stuart Reid, a Scottish author, and is now being sold at online retailers and all good bookstores. For those who are interested in buying the book wholesale they can do it directly from Gardner’s Books or My Little Big Town.
Gorgeous George & The Giant Geriatric Generator is an exciting and funny tale following a young boy, George and his Grandpa Jock as they fight to take down the evil Mr Watt’s power plant. Rude, crude and packed with hilarious dialogue and strange events. The book was written to encourage children, particularly boys to read more often, as a self-read for ages 9+ but also to make bedtime reading fun for younger children and their parents. It’s funny, yucky, imaginative and very entertaining.
The author, Stuart Reid has embarked on a book reading tour throughout Scotland and England. He has already presented and read from his book to over 5,000 pupils at a number of different schools. Current bookings at schools and various venues mean he will be reading to at least another 30,000 pupils over the next 12 months.
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!
Comedian and writer Arthur Smith says about the book, “Hilarious and excellent – I particularly liked ‘blanket of rancid cabbages’. Fart on, George and Stuart”
Gorgeous George & The Giant Geriatric Generator is available from all good bookstores as well as many online retailers including My Little Big Town’s e-commerce store: http://www.mylittlebigstore.com