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1 Nov 13:30

Want to meet a little girl with a big imagination? So big that she can go on magical adventures, and take all her friends with her? Come and befriend her as Julie of Welsford shares a story of faraway places and enchanting adventures.

 

Anouska would tell her friends to close their eyes really tightly. Then they would imagine looking up into the sky, where a pathway would appear. This pathway would take them to faraway lands. With her mummy and daddy, her dog and pig, and the family of mice who live under the apple tree.

 

Come and listen to Julie Deacon’s fruity voice as she reads out her adventurous book. Since the book reading is in a primary school she’s even taking along few props that she have made (e.g. cottage, tree with swing, soft toy dog (schnuffle) soft toy dog (pumpkin) so that the children can relate to the story.

Event Address: 
Moulton Primary School Northampton

2 Nov 13:30

Want to meet a little girl with a big imagination? So big that she can go on magical adventures, and take all her friends with her? Come and befriend her as Julie of Welsford shares a story of faraway places and enchanting adventures.

 

Anouska would tell her friends to close their eyes really tightly. Then they would imagine looking up into the sky, where a pathway would appear. This pathway would take them to faraway lands. With her mummy and daddy, her dog and pig, and the family of mice who live under the apple tree.

 

Come and listen to Julie Deacon’s fruity voice as she reads out her adventurous book. Since the book reading is in a primary school she’s even taking along few props that she have made (e.g. cottage, tree with swing, soft toy dog (schnuffle) soft toy dog (pumpkin) so that the children can relate to the story.

Event Address: 
Moulton Primary School Northampton

3 Nov 13:30

Want to meet a little girl with a big imagination? So big that she can go on magical adventures, and take all her friends with her? Come and befriend her as Julie of Welsford shares a story of faraway places and enchanting adventures.

 

Anouska would tell her friends to close their eyes really tightly. Then they would imagine looking up into the sky, where a pathway would appear. This pathway would take them to faraway lands. With her mummy and daddy, her dog and pig, and the family of mice who live under the apple tree.

 

Come and listen to Julie Deacon’s fruity voice as she reads out her adventurous book. Since the book reading is in a primary school she’s even taking along few props that she have made (e.g. cottage, tree with swing, soft toy dog (schnuffle) soft toy dog (pumpkin) so that the children can relate to the story.

Event Address: 
Moulton Primary School Northampton

3 Nov 14:30

Join in author Jack Cartwright who is a retired bank manager, he’s like his main character’s abhors mindless violence, terrorism, and all areas of nasty crimes and their protagonists, but there the comparison ends. Much of the early background material is based on his own experiences, particularly in his time in the RAF, but all the characters are fictitious.

The book presents a kind of fictional biography of a mild-mannered young man, who likes and excels at all kinds of sporting combat. The idea of using his exceptional talent anywhere outside a sporting arena is anathema to him, but because of various circumstances that he encounters along the way and a strong dislike of bullies and criminals of all kinds, he gradually discovers a darker side to his nature. In due course, this is harnessed by forces of law and order to help them achieve their purpose, without knowing too much or indeed caring too much about how he goes about it. It is perhaps surprising how two separate love affairs affect the directions he takes. Get a signed copy of the book at the event too!

Event Address: 
Coventry Central Library, Smithford Way, Coventry CV1 1FY

7 Nov 14:15

Engage yourself into an exciting event with Richard Bloss author of ‘About a Dog’ on the speaker and Q&A event, followed by a book signing. So join the event and grab a signed copy of the book that is a must read for every dog lover. Richard has also written two more books in past and ‘About a Dog’ is his new departure.

The story of the book describes the adventure of owning a dog. It shows that how a little dog Barney became Richard’s best buddy and opened door to the new universe of affection and love. The delightful illustration of the books and sense of humour will keep you glued to the book. In his book, Robert has pictured that how Barney formed his relationship with Boh the cat, his family and with other dogs around. Every dog lover is going to enjoy this book from the very first page and it will also develop your liking towards Barney, The Dog.  

Event Address: 
Shirley Library

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