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The Incredible Painting of Felix Clousseau by Jon Agee
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Dec 26, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: beetle, art, fiction, 2-4, painting, quirky, own
Read on December 26, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 2

Felix Clousseau is an unknown artist who wins the contest when the duck he painted quacked and then walked off the canvas. Certainly no artist had ever done that before. Clousseau became famous with that. Yet, each of his paintings came to life. That was quite an issue and someone had to be blamed. Clousseau was jailed for all the troubles he caused and all his paintings were confiscated . . . . all but one. That one was at the palace. A robber attempted to steal one night, but the painting caught him. Relieved, Clousseau was freed. With that, he went back into painting . . . in which we see him entering his painting.

A well told tale with good illustrations. It's a complex story told simply. That's something!

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