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Thank you to all the schools I visited over World Book Day/Week/Month!
Thank you to all the schools I visited over the months of February and March 2014! It was fantastic, and I hope you are all inspired. I was delighted to receive so many beautiful thank you letters – here are … Continue reading
World Book Day/Month!
Thank you to all the schools I visited in March on and around World Book Day! Some really inspiring work was produced, and there are some very talented young illustrators and writers!
Abbots Ripton School visit
Thank you Abbots Ripton School for such a warm welcome when I visited your school in October. Most of the children wore their wellies to school which made it extra special and got everyone in the spirit straight away. I … Continue reading
Cambridge ‘Read it Again’ Children’s Picture Book Award 2012
It was wonderful to be nominated for the Cambridge ‘Read it Again Picture Book Award‘ for The Boy Who Hated Toothbrushes. I had a great trip up to Huntingdon, first with a school visit at Holywell Primary School, and … Continue reading
The Boy Who Hated Toothbrushes wins Heart of Hawick award
The Heart of Hawick Picture Book Award is a very special award as only children can vote. It was great to see so many children take part and they had worked so hard in the build up of the event, … Continue reading
Book signing in Kingston, Saturday 19th May
11am Saturday 19th May, Waterstones, Kingston I will be signing my new book, The Girl Who Loved Wellies, at Waterstones in Kingston at 11am on Saturday 19th May. And you can do a bit of drawing too! There will be … Continue reading
Book signing Thursday 12th April, Waterstones, Wimbledon
12.30pm Thursday 12th April, Waterstones, Wimbledon I will be signing my new book, The Girl Who Loved Wellies, at Waterstones in Wimbledon at 12.30pm on Thursday 12th April. If you’re stuck for something to do over the Easter holidays, please … Continue reading
The Boy Who Hated Toothbrushes is shortlisted – twice!
Fantastic! The Boy Who Hated Toothbrushes is shortlisted for both The Cambridge Read it Again Picture Book Award and the Heart of Harwick Children’s Book Award. http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/children/earlyyearsbooks/readitagain.htm http://www.bgtrustonline.com/sponsorship/news-and-promotions/the-heart-of-hawick-childrens-book-awards.aspx
What a great workshop at Wallace Fields Infant school!
The children in Reception did some amazing work creating their own magical tooth sparklers! Thank you for making it so fun and inspiring!