25 Aug 13:00
Author of 'Isabel', Frances Issac, will be at the Canberra's Writer's Festival 2017 on the 25th August at 1pm. The event will be help at the National Library of Australia. The Canberra Writers Festival transforms the Nation's Capital into the 'heart of literacy' for lovers of books, reading and writing.
'Isabel' will be launched by Minister Gordon Ramsay, the Attorney General and the Minister of Arts and Community Events, for the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) in Canberra.
Leading booksellers such as Dymocks and the National Library Bookshop will be selling and showcasing the book.
Certain to be an excellent event.
25 Aug 13:15
Carole Phillips will be a guest speaker on the P&O Cruise Ship X717 between 25th August and 1st September. Keep an eye on your programme ladies and gentlemen, as this will be something you do not want to miss.
'Blue Line - Pink Thread' provides a fascinating insight into life in the police service from 1969 through to 2000.
Carole Phillips recounts true stories of her time as a female officer in Bedfordshire Police before equal opportunities and political correctness, the integration of women into front-line services and her journey through the ranks to Superintendent.
Carole writes with humour and sincerity to deliver numerous fascinating accounts, including those of her time as a detective and as the first female patrol sergeant.
2015 marks one hundred years of British women in policing and ‘Blue Line - Pink Thread' is not only an excellent read, but makes a significant contribution to the social history of that period.
31 Aug 11:00
Join Sayeh Stone, the author of 'Shaped Animals' at Waterstones, Peterborough, on the 31st August. The reading will take place at 11am where Sayeh will be available to answer questions about her book.
'Shaped Animals' is a great way to enjoy learning and remembering maths and shapes through storytelling. Meet Triangle Tiger who goes on the search to find other shaped animal friends to join his party. On this adventure, you will get to learn about the four main basic shapes through the animals explaining and introducing themselves.
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