Preposterous Fables For Unusual Children

The Tooth Fairy | Judd PalmerTwice shortlisted for the Governor-General’s Award for Children’s Literature, the Preposterous Fables series is a cult favourite amongst children and adults alike. Each book is a poetic, philosophical and preposterous take on a familiar fairy tale, twisted to suit the nefarious purposes of author and illustrator Judd Palmer.

Two of the stories have been produced as touring puppet shows. Watch for The Tooth Fairy by the Old Trout Puppet Workshop and David Rhymer, which may be coming to your town soon.

Twice shortlisted for the Governor-General’s Award for Children’s Literature, the Preposterous Fables series is a cult favourite amongst children and adults alike. Each book is a poetic, philosophical and preposterous take on a familiar fairy tale, twisted to suit the nefarious purposes of author and illustrator Judd Palmer.

Two of the stories have been produced as touring puppet shows. Watch for The Tooth Fairy by the Old Trout Puppet Workshop and David Rhymer, which may be coming to your town soon..#

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