Interactive story telling sessions (with the emphasis on ACTIVE!) with Q&A.
Craft and creative writing sessions where required.
DetailsPreferred age range:
Pre-school, reception, Key Stages 1 & 2.
No of sessions per day:
Four works well, depending on how many classes/year groups there are.
Please allow time for book signing.
Car - 45p per mile.
Train - as per ticket.
Please email us for details
Please indicate which author you are interested in.
Michelle Robinson's website
How to Find a Fruit Bat - with Lauren Tobia, for Orchard (2012)
What To Do If An Elephant Stands On Your Foot - with Peter Reynolds, for Dial (2012)
Yak Yuk - with David Sim, for Bloomsbury (2012)
Bear Boar - with David Sim, for Bloomsbury (2012)
Goodnight Digger - with Nick East, for Puffin (2012)
Ding Dong Gorilla - with Leonie Lord, for Orchard (2013)
Goodnight Tractor - with Nick East, for Puffin (2013)
Goodnight Princess - with Nick East, for Puffin (2013)
How To Wash A Woolly Mammoth - with Kate Hindley, for Simon & Schuster (2014)
There's a Lion in my Cornflakes - with Jim Field, for Bloomsbury (2014)
Goodnight Pirate - with Nick East, for Puffin (2014)
Goodnight Santa - with Nick East, for Puffin (2014)
A Beginner's Guide To Bear Spotting - with David Roberts, for Bloomsbury (2016)
The Forgetful Knight - with Fred Blunt, for Dial (2016)
Goodnight Spaceman - with Nick East, for Puffin (2016)
Elephant's Pyjamas - with Emily Fox, for HarperCollins (2016)
Monkey's Sandwich - with Emily Fox, for HarperCollins (2017)
Chicken Nugget - with Tom McLaughlin, for Puffin (2016)
Chicken Nugget in Scrambled Egg - with Tom McLaughlin, for Puffin (2017)
The Robot Went - with Sergio Ruzzier, for Clarion Books (2017)
The Hat that Zack Loves - with Robert Reader, for Puffin (2017)
Odd Socks - with Rebecca Ashdown, for Andersen (2017)
‘Michelle conducted readings of her books with the younger children, which they adored, and answered questions about the writing process from the older children. It was a truly inspirational day.
She was polite, informed and displayed a warmth towards our children that was notable from the moment she arrived. We would definitely like to have her back in the future.’
St. Andrew’s Primary School, Bath
Michelle Robinson's Amazon page