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Michelle Robinson

Biography

Michelle Robinson

Before she started writing funny stories for children, Michelle Robinson wrote copy and devised websites for some of the world's biggest brands. Michelle is the author of How To Wash a Woolly Mammoth (Simon & Schuster). She lives in Somerset with her husband and young son. This is her first picture book for Bloomsbury.

Michelle Robinson

Books by Michelle Robinson

Written by Michelle Robinson and illustrated by Emily Fox - Children's 3-5, Picture

Sleepovers have never been so silly! A hilarious animal story from award winning children’s author, Michelle Robinson and debut picture book illustrator, Emily Fox. Elephant has been invited to a pajama party. He can’t wait! There’s just one problem…he doesn’t have any pajamas. Poor Elephant searches high and low, often with embarrassing results, but he can’t find anything suitable. What can Elephant’s friends do to make sure he joins in the fun?

Written by Michelle Robinson with illustrations by Rebecca Ashdown - Children's 3-6, Fiction, Picture
The love story of two socks goes awry in this sweet picture book with cheerful illustrations. Suki and Sosh are a happy sock couple. They have a warm home, a pair of feet and they are in love...life couldn t be better. But one day, Suki gets a hole! Before long she is whisked out of the drawer and taken far, far away from Sosh. The other socks warn him, "There s no point in being a sock on your own!" and Sosh knows it's the truth. No one likes an odd sock. What will become of him, and will he ever find his true love again?
Written by Michelle Robinson with illustrations by Fred Blunt - Adventure, Fiction, Humor, Picture

Mischief! Mishaps! Dragons! Here's the story of an intrepid knight, only our narrator can't quite remember the details. Did that knight carry a sandwich, or a sword? Was he supposed to fight a cat, or a dragon? A hilarious and unpredictable adventure ensues, building through laugh-out-loud rhymes until, at last, the narrator remembers his own role at the center of all the marvelous madness. Fans of Jon Scieszka's THE STINKY CHEESE MAN, David Ezra Stein's INTERRUPTING CHICKEN, all of Patrick McDonnell's and Mac Barnett's picture books will love this zany read-aloud adventure.

Written by Michelle Robinson with illustrations by David Roberts - Animals , Children's 3-6, Nature

In this perfect read-aloud, sure to delight kids and parents alike, a young aspiring bear spotter ventures into bear country...But coming face-to-face with the furry creatures themselves, whether black or brown, can be dangerous, and our protagonist --- accompanied by a trusty teddy bear --- might need to use some unconventional means to stay out of trouble and avoid being (gulp!) eaten.

written by Michelle Robinson, illustrated by Jim Field - Picture

Have you ever collected coupons from a cereal box? Maybe you were saving them up for a book or a toy. Well, when Dan and his brother decide to collect 100 coupons so that they can have their very own lion, they assume the task will be easy enough. How wrong can you be?!