• Short listed Society for Women Writers Biennial Awards, 2017
  • Short listed for Queensland Premier’s Children’s Book Awards, 2016

Little Georgie is the youngest, and this sometimes means Max and Harriet forget about her. But Georgie is unfazed. She’s armed with a BIG imagination.

Libby Hathorn, one of Australia’s literary treasures, and award-winning artist Gaye Chapman have created a story that celebrates the honesty and attraction of imaginative play.

Written by one of Australia’s most respected authors Libby Hathorn, this is a charming story of three children, their imaginations and the problem of being the youngest. The emphasis on playing outside and imagination is a pleasure to see.  

Gaye Chapman’s beautiful watercolour and mixed-media illustrations feel like an extension of Little Georgie’s imagination, depicting a magical outdoor landscape where the children play.

Incredibilia is recommended for sharing with young children, especially those who are the youngest in the family, or for early readers, who will enjoy being involved in the games and finding the objects and secret messages Little Georgie imagines.

– Margaret Hamilton, Publisher’s Weekly 2016


Publisher: Little Hare Books | Hardie Grant Egmont

Year: 2016