Tales of Mr Pinklenose

Mr Pinklenose – a magical and endearing little man who along with his fairies helps to look after children all over the world.

His adventures (which include characters like the Easter Bunny, Father Christmas, Jack Frost and others), are told in series of

colourful picture book stories for young children everywhere. Each story stands alone and has a moral to encourage good behaviour

in young children between the ages of 2-7

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Have you met the characters?

Mr Pinklenose

Mr Pinklenose is a VERY special and

a VERY magical man.


These are very hard working fairies, see what they get up too.


What do you think an Elf’s job is?


Father Christmass

He knows if we have been good all year around!

Meet the author.

John Bennett

John Bennett was born in England in 1960. He served in the armed forces and upon leaving the army began a long career as a security specialist.In 2016 John contracted a rare neurological condition which left him Severely Sight Impaired. This led to early retirement.With encouragement from family and the Blind Veterans Charity, John now wants to share childhood memories of stories told to him, his brother and sister by his late father. The stories were of an imaginary and magical character only 6 inches high called Mr Pinklenose. These stories always had a moral and are aimed at young children between the ages of 2 and 7 years.John told these stories to his children and grandchildren, he is now sharing these memories with everyone else.John is married to Lizzie and lives in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Illustration by.

Louise has been drawing since she could hold a crayon. It’s what she does and what she loves doing.Louise works as an illustrator and animator on a wide and varied range of projects, from independent commissions, to commercial briefs. But her favourite by far is creating children’s characters and content for kids.

The Pinklenose Blog

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The Amazing Mr Pinklenose 

Mr Pinklenose is a very magical character who stands only 6 inches high. He has perhaps the most important job in the world as far as children are concerned. He works all year round for Father Christmas. His job is to keep an eye on and keep a record of each and every child in […]

Mr Pinklenose

The first Mr Pinklenose book 

‘The first Mr Pinklenose book is now being printed and once completed copies will be sent out to all those who have pre-ordered. For anyone else looking to order copies please follow the pre-order process below – thanks!’

How it all began in the first place. 

The story of Mr Pinklenose began with my late Father who created this character and whose stories he told to my sister, my brother and I when we were young children. There were no pictures or drawings of this magical and endearing little man. There was no social media, no twitter no U-Tube, no cartoons or […]

Hello everyone exciting news! 

Hello everyone exciting news! Mr Pinklenose wants to tell you about 2 important events taking place this week! The first is an appearance from the author on Radio Shropshire this coming Thursday evening the 29th August on Mark Elliot’s show starting at 7pm. The second is the Author will be delivering a book-signing at the […]

BBC Radio Shropshire 

It was great to hear our very own John Bennett on BBC Radio Shropshire last night. John joined Mark Elliott on #TheSevenOclockShow to share the magic of Mr Pinklenose and how Blind Veterans UK’s amazing military style support helped to get him back on his feet! Please do listen here if you can. John’s interview from 39mins, 35secs is […]

Available on Amazon Kindle 

We have now got the book on Amazon Kindle so pop over to the store and grab your digital copy today, Let us know what you think. Kindle Book

Coming Soon.

Be sure to look out for the next

Mr Pinklenose adventure!!

But only a small one………

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Self Published


Mr Pinklenose



Father Christmas

Many Thanks John

Mr Pinklenose 2019

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