You can now listen to Georgia Byng reading MOLLY MOON’S INCREDIBLE BOOK OF HYPNOTISM for free, chapter by chapter, on YouTube. The playlist labelled ‘Molly Moon Book 1’ will allow you to listen to the chapters back to back so you don’t need to search for the next chapter.
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I hope you are well and happy wherever you are.
I thought I would read you my book, Molly Moon’s Incredible Book of Hypnotism, chapter by chapter, and put it out online so you can listen to it for free. Maybe you can read along too if you have a copy of the book.
I will try to do a chapter a day, and hopefully you will enjoy it.
CHAPTER 22 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 22 on YouTube
CHAPTER 23 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 23 on YouTube
CHAPTER 24 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 24 on YouTube
CHAPTER 25 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 25 on YouTube
CHAPTER 26 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 26 on YouTube
CHAPTER 27 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 27 on YouTube
CHAPTER 28 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 28 on YouTube
CHAPTER 29 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 29 on YouTube
CHAPTER 30 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 30 on YouTube
CHAPTER 31 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 31 on YouTube
CHAPTER 32 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 32 on YouTube
CHAPTER 33 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 33 on YouTube
CHAPTER 34 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 34 on YouTube
CHAPTER 35 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 35 on YouTube
CHAPTER 36 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 36 on YouTube
CHAPTER 37 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 37 on YouTube
CHAPTER 38 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 38 on YouTube
CHAPTER 39 on Soundcloud | CHAPTER 39 on YouTube
Keep well and keep happy,
As a past winner of Stockton Children’s Book of the Year, on Saturday 24th March, Georgia Byng will be giving a talk about the Molly Moon book series and film.
Georgia’s talk is part of a celebration marking 21 years of Stockton Children’s Book of the Year. 14 other past winning authors will attend the event over Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th March at Stockton Central Library in the UK. Other authors in attendance include: Pete Johnson, Thomas Bloor, Barbara Mitchelhill, Megan Rix, Piers Today, Tamsin Cooke, Peter J Murray, Kaye Umansky, Vivian French, Alan Temperley, Michael Lawrence, S.F. Said and Livi Michael.
On Saturday 24th March Georgia will run the following sessions and book signings:
Sessions: 10.45am – 12.15pm & 1.15pm – 2.15pm
Book signings: 11.45am – 1215pm & 2.15pm – 2.45pm
Stockton Central Library, Church Road, Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom TS18 1TU
Tickets are FREE and available online or by phone 01642 528130
This event is suitable for 18-13 year olds.
Georgia gives an interview for KidsRated for World Book Day 2017. She reveals some the places in London that she enjoyed visiting with her family when she was a kid. Georgia also lists some of the funniest places she likes to take her family for a day out including weird museums, free places, and magical spots for a day-trip in the UK.
In a recent interview by Huffington Post, Georgia Byng expressed her belief in the importance of literacy and reading with and for young children (and everyone else!).
Georgia said: “I’ve been writing children’s books all my life. It’s partly because I have a child inside me who needs entertaining, and partly because I want to help children to love reading. For I believe that a world filled with readers is a safer, happier world. Ignorance is dangerous…
For every child in the world, knowledge is power. Knowing things, being educated is the key to being able to harness ones power and so get a voice that is listened to. It is the key to prosperity. It is the key to deciphering what is really going on around us. With knowledge we can better invent, solve, create, make, maintain, fix, organise, philosophize, keep our minds healthy”
Whatever you do, it is good to be creative. It is a great feeling when you use your imagination to think your way out of problems or think up wonderful new things for the world to have.
Here on my website are interviews with people who are involved with creativity in art, writing, movies, music and in other creative ways too. I have just started putting these interviews up. They will show you a bit about how these people tick and how they got started. The interviews should show you that you can be creative in your life too.
He did this portrait of my daughter Tiger using plastercine.
I plan to do loads of interviews… with writers, of novels, poems, graphic novels, plays and screenplays, and actors, stunt artists, comedians, musicians, composers, song writers, and dancers too. I’ll talk to artists, sculptors, painters, illustrators, directors, of both film and theatre, film editors, casting directors, set designers, costume designers, makeup artists, photographers, film camera people, lighting designers, website designers, architects, garden designers and chefs. There will be a few other interviews, like an interview with the dog trainer who handled Lola and Charlie, the two pugs who were in the Molly Moon movie. I’d like to track down a reptile wrangler too.
I will also do interviews with some technical people who work in the creative world, gaffers, for instance, the electricians who make sure the lighting is right on a movie set or the sound recording people. I am going to do an interview with a plumber because it strikes me you have to be both knowledgeable and creative to work out what is wrong with the plumbing or heating in a house.
I’m also going to interview the brilliant hypnotist who I have been to four times.
In fact I am going to interview every single person in the world. There will be seven billion interviews. A lot of them will just be pictures of babies, as they don’t have much to say when they are interviewed.
I am interested in interviewing some of you too if you are doing interesting creative stuff. Whether its making sculptures made from plumbing pipes and bricks or poems written back to front in chocolate, whether your creative thing is something that ends up in pictures or words or music – however it comes out, I am interested. So please do get in touch via social media, facebook or the website if you are interested. And, if you are not a confident person and you are automatically thinking, “No one would be interested in my stuff,” please knock that thought out of your head and get in touch.
So for starters, here are a few interviews for you.
A post from Georgia Byng
Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism will be screened at Chicago International Children’s Film Festival. You can find out about tickets on the official website.
The screening times and locations are:
Saturday 24 October, 9:30 am, Landmark Century Cinema 1
Sunday 25 October, 2:15 pm, Gorton Community Center – Lake Forest
Monday 26 October, 11:45 am, Facets Theater 1