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There Is No Magic In This Book

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Do you like magic? Well, you’ve come to the wrong place because there’s definitely NO magic in this book. Or is there?

In this vibrant interactive story, readers are told by the insistent Bookkeeper that there’s no magic to be found in its pages, but eagle-eyed readers can discover enchanted surprises on every spread. Perfect for fans of interactive classics like Do Not Open this Book, The Book with No Pictures and Press Here, this story encourages young readers to look for magic in even the most ordinary places.

This is a book that passes the unofficial birthday party test: it's for any and every child between the ages of 3-6.

Illustrator Sophie Beer is a rising star. Her work has garnered review and award attention, locally and internationally. Her vibrant illustration style is design-centric but accessible, so it will appeal to multiple markets.

Both the story and the artwork encourage readers to be astute with their observations and to challenge the information presented to them.

40 pages, Hardcover

Published November 18, 2020

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Michelle Macwhirter

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Michelle Macwhirter is a children’s author, actor and playwright. THERE IS NO MAGIC IN THIS BOOK (Walker Books Australia) is her first book. When she’s not making stuff up for the page, stage or screen, she’s driving her two daughters to dancing or catching up with friends at the theatre.

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