Anthony Browne promotes his popular chimp Willy to the role of artist in this book, to recreate old masters. Only Willy adds his own simian twist to each picture, having great fun along the way. The Mona Lisa has a toy monkey to cuddle, for example, and the Tower of Babel is presented as a giant sandcastle, painted by Willy. While the cheeky monkey's antics will make children and adults smile, the simple story will also start to familiarise young children with great art and give them a feeling of ownership - a super starting point for any young artist's education. I especially love the last page, which offers a surprising revelation - but I won't spoilt it for you. Definitely one to keep.