Magic Book Theatre founder Michele
Petit-Jean, is also a writer and illustrator of children's books.
A purple bird and a giant spider help the little paper girl in her in quest to rid Papertown of it's monstrous cloud. A richly illustrated original tale by Michele Petit-Jean with a gentle message. Age 6 plus.
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Baby Earth, published in 1995 by Child's Play International received great reviews worldwide and is now widely regarded as a children's classic. Richly illustrated with rhyming text, it is an ideal gift book for those wishing to celebrate the arrival of a new baby.
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The Waddleplops by Michele
Among the water lily pads there are some little green people whose secret existence is known only by a certain dog and his short sighted owner...
Waddle-waddle waddle. Flip-flap flop! Can you spot a Waddleplop?
"An enchanting read aloud adventure story for children aged 3+"
"Richly illustrated with rhythmic prose - This book is a delight to share at bedtime". - Sinnikka Kyllon, Mum.
"Fairy tale meets ripping yarn" - Angela Bain. Literary editor MBT
Inspired by Magic Book Theatre's Puppet show THE WADDLEPLOPS (2006- 2012) with Michele Petit-Jean and Alex Evans..
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THE PEPYS BOOK BENCH 2014 was part of a London wide project for the National Literacy Trust in 2014 in which saw 50 unique hand painted BookBenches installed around London to celebrate London's literary connections and promote reading for pleasure. I was commissioned to interpret The Diary of Samuel Pepys. It was installed in Cutty Sark Gardens for the Summer of 2014 where it fetched an auction price of £5,500 for the National Literacy Trust.
BUDDY BEAR June 2016 . This bear celebrates the twinning of Woolwich with a town in Germany where these painted bears are installed. I was commissioned to interpret the designs by the children of Eltham Hill school. Buddy Bear now stands in General Gordon Square, Woolwich town Centre London.