Magic Sounds
by Alexandra Tesoriero


US$ 6.66

A soft cover A4 landscape illustrated book of the  children’s story Magic Sounds and the poem What Will You Be? plus the reflection Memory.  Contains a dozen beautifully illustrated double page spreads of words and pictures. Written by Alexandra Tesoriero – Alexandra (Alle) Brunning of Heartbreak High and Channel V. Printed in Australia by Ulladulla Printing & Signage, an accredited Sustainable Green Print supplier. The beautiful graphic design by Goosebump Productions adds another dimension of aesthetic magic to this book.

ISBN: 978-0-9876451-3-5
Illustrator: Rebecca McCartney
Publisher: Data Stream Pty Limited
Seller: Data Stream Pty Limited
Seller ABN: 25 001 659 178
Personal message: Per amanuensis


“Magic Sounds is a rhythmical rhyming tale of a mother and daughter who lie quietly together one sunny afternoon and marvel in the beauty and enchantment of the sounds around them.  It explores the themes of peace, love, family, gratitude, and connectedness to nature.  I read it to my 2 and 1/2 year old nephew and he was extremely engaged to the point of repeating one of the central lines in the story himself. 

As a mother of two beautiful young girls (Aria and Avery) I felt drawn to writing for children and exploring the emotions and life experiences we all share as human beings.  It is also wonderful to explore my inner child through my writing.

I hope you enjoy reading Magic Sounds as much as I enjoyed writing it.”

Alle TesorieroMarch 13, 2014

This book also includes Alexandra’s poem entitled What Will You Be? and her reflection on Memory.

About the author - Alexandra Tesoriero

Alle, from her schooldays, was interested in drama performance, writing and poetry, particularly of an existential nature. Pursuing a career in television, she became internationally recognised for a role in Heartbreak High. Alle graduated from Macquarie University as a Bachelor of Media and enjoyed many journalistic roles including as a V8 Supercar commentator. She also hosted a TV music show on Channel V.

Alle married and became a successful businesswoman and a devoted mother to her daughters Aria and Avery. Tragically diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer before her fortieth birthday, in a creative flourish Alle wrote a handful of children’s stories including The Cheeky Possum. Alle died on 27th June 2014.

Additional Information

Weight200 g
Dimensions21 × 30 × .2 cm


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