Tickets for events at the Edinburgh International Book Festival are now on sale – and there are some fantastic Nosy Crow authors and illustrators included in the programme!
On Saturday August 15, Lyn Gardner presents the finale of her brilliant Olivia series about the trials and tribulations of attending drama school. In Olivia’s Curtain Call, Olivia finds herself faced with a difficult decision. Should she follow her dreams of becoming a West End actress like her mum, or join her father in a high-wire stunt performance? Come along to find out what she decides. You can book tickets for the event here – and here’s a look inside the book:
And you can also see Blue Peter Book Award-winning author Pamela Butchart on Saturday August 15, introducing her new book My Head Teacher is a Vampire Rat, in a lively event involving games, treasure hunts, arts, crafts and more. You can book tickets for the event here – and here’s a look inside the book:
On Wednesday August 19, you can see Catherine Wilkins, back at the festival with My Great Success and Other Failures, the fourth book about Jessica’s hilarious mishaps. This time, Jess finds that her cartoons are beginning to take off – but why can’t people be happy for her? You can book tickets for the event here – and if you’re new to Catherine’s books, here’s a look inside My Best Friend and Other Enemies, the first brilliant novel featuring Jessica:
On Sunday August 23, The Grunts series author Philip Ardagh will be back at Edinburgh for another hilarious event, sharing the latest adventure of the very grubby Grunts family, The Grunts in a Jam. You can book tickets for the event here, and take a look inside the book below:
On Monday August 24, Princess Daisy and the Dragon and the Nincompoop Knights author and illustrator Steven Lenton will be holding a very special event – come along for some snail spotting, dragon drawing and crazy crown-making! You can book tickets for the event here, and here’s a look inside the book:
And on Monday August 31, you can see David Solomons, author of the hilarious My Brother is a Superhero for an event with author Alex McCall, on funny and inventive tales for those readers looking for something a little different. You can book tickets for the event here, and here’s a look inside the book:
We hope you can make it there!