4 Apr 10:00
5 Apr 19:30
8 Apr 10:00
David, is a preschool teacher from South Gloucestershire and an avid science fiction and fantasy fan. He dabbled in small writing projects for years but was encouraged to take on something bigger by several good friends.
He has written a tremendous book that has the power to drill down and kick-start your imagination power. The story portrays two worlds: one where we live in, and the world that we feel with our mind and thoughts. The world that is populated by figments of our imagination and involves bizarre animals, imaginary friends, heroes, loathsome monsters and much more.
So grab the tickets of the event before they run out at: http://worcester.em-con.co.uk/
14 Apr 0:00
Sarah Milne will be reading an excerpt from her book The Lost Hat (Book 1 of the Kitty Katz Club Series), at the WHSmiths Bridgemere Garden Centre. This will be a stop in the author’s nationwide book tour, which will begin in April.
This enchanting story introduces young readers to Kitty Kat, who is on her way to enjoy a quite picnic. But her plans take a backseat when she finds a lost hat near the gate of a park.
She realizes that the hat must be returned to the owner and she is one that can do it.
So begins her adventure where she meets interesting characters and travels a long way in order to return the hat to the owner.
Sarah is a novel writer, singer-songwriter, and she launched Kitty Katz Club, which teaches children a lot of different arts and literary skills.
So what's there to wait for? Be at the event and enjoy the reads.
26 Apr 19:00
The book talk is the perfect addition to the campaign, ‘All Alexandria Reads Initiative’, which is honoring dog heroes this year.
The book revolves around Beauregard, a loyal Doberman Pinscher who is both brave and intelligent. He is part of an army unit that is inside Vietnam for a mission. The dog alerts the unit of incoming danger but they don’t pay any heed to the warnings, and end up paying the price.
The story shows how important military dogs are when they are performing their duties. They put their lives in danger to keep their handlers and units safe.
The author has spent time in the army and that shows in his style of writing, which is authentic in every way.