Alice Antimie

Alice is the illustrator for the Poolicious children’s book series.



By Mary Elizabeth Jackson (Writer), Thornton Cline (Writer) and Alice Antimie (Illustrator) 

Precious Poohlicious is made perfect in the eyes of Mommy. Everything about him from his chubby cheeks, to his bright eyes, to his twinkle toes and smiles make him who he is—Perfectly Precious Poohlicious.

The adorable, lifelike illustrations will dazzle you and warm your heart. The ten cute, and catchy, easy-to-sing songs will make you feel the love of Mommy and bring joy to anyone who sings them.

The story is written through the eyes of Poohlicious, who knows he is perfect just the way he is.

71SsUW-cM4L.SR160,240_BG243,243,243 (1)POOHLICIOUS LOOK AT ME

By Mary Elizabeth Jackson (Writer), Thornton Cline (Writer) and Alice Antimie (Illustrator) 

Another must read for mother and child by the folks that brought you Perfectly Precious Poohlicious. Learning and having fun with your baby, time for play, time to learn, time to bond.


Poohlicious 3 Oh the Wonder of Me Book coverPOOHLICIOUS: OH THE WONDER OF ME

By Mary Elizabeth Jackson (Writer), Thornton Cline (Writer) and Alice Antimie (Illustrator) 

The third installment of the Poohlicious series. Teaching children and parents to appreciate themselves.

Praise for Poohlicious: “Oh the Wonder of Me!” “Cleverly upliftsd and stimulates children to believe in themselves. Mary Elizabeth Jackson understands how to have fun and encourage.” –Darshaun McAway Baby–

Book three in the Poohlicious series is carrying on the tradition of seeing the wonderfulness in each child. Oh, the Wonder of Me,, shares both the funny parts of children and thee thigs that make them different,, teaching them that they are okay no matter what. Having different shaped ears, hair that won’t behave and doing things in their own style is what childhood is full of.

Join us with your Poohlicious as we journey through the funny and sometimes awkward parts of childhood while learning empowering. I AM statements to carry with them as they grow. Wonderful for ages four through seven. Let’s get them started early on a road to self-belief and empowerment.