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November 2, 2012 / peoplesbookprize

The Jelly That Wouldn’t Wobble

Each week we are publishing a “Focus On…” to highlight one of the books that have been nominated for The People’s Book Prize 2012/13.
This week’s book is:

The Jelly that Wouldn’t Wobble

By Angela Mitchell
Published by Maverick Arts Publishing Ltd
ISBN  978-1848860797
Category: Children’s picture book 3-7 year

Autumn 2012

Synopsis

A fantastic new book by debut author, Angela Mitchell and illustrated by Sarah Horne. It is Princess Lolly’s 89th birthday party and a glorious jelly is on the menu. However there is a problem: the jelly refuses to wobble! “I won’t wobble, I won’t wobble and that’s my final word!” screamed the jelly…

Author’s Biography

Angela Mitchell works in the Library Service and is in contact with children and children’s books all the time. So it is a double pleasure for us to be publishing Angela’s first book. Angela lives in London and is looking forward to be able to be able to do book readings and events to children in the London area.

Reviews

This would be a nice bedtime story! 5/5 – The Mile long book review The Jelly That Wouldn’t Wobble by Angela Mitchell is a unique, quirky story with wonderfully silly illustrations. – Margo’s Book musings

Price £ 5.99

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We  are always enthusiastic to hear about books you feel should be nominated for The People’s Book Prize and if you have suggestions please email us

Once again thank you for your comments and for making The People’s Book Prize “a truly democratic book prize decided exclusively by the public”

 

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