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Nosy Crow at the Bath Children’s Literature Festival 2018

Bath Childrens

Tickets are on sale for the Bath Children’s Literature Festival, and there’s a fantastic selection of events taking place featuring Nosy Crow authors and illustrators! Here’s who you can find at this year’s festival…

There’s a special Pip and Posy event taking place on Saturday, September 29 from 12:00pm-12.45pm – enjoy storytelling fun and activity and a personal appearance from Pip and Posy as well! You can book tickets for Saturday’s event here – and here’s a look inside the latest book in the series, Pip and Posy: The New Friend:

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Author Paula Harrison will be at the festival on Saturday, September 29 from 2:00pm-2.45pm, talking about her inspiring series The Rescue Princesses. Go on a journey with Paula, as she talks about her the princesses’ latest adventures and her inspiration behind the series. You can book tickets for Saturday’s event here – and here’s a look inside the latest Rescue Princesses book, The Star Bracelet:

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Join Catherine Johnson and Katherine Woodfine for a celebration of Women’s Suffrage on Tuesday, October 2 from 1:15pm-2:00pm, during this 100th anniversary year of women’s suffrage. They’ll talk about the inspirational short stories they’ve contributed to the special Make More Noise anthology and discuss the ways women (and men) have chosen to protest both then and now. You can book your ticket here – and here’s a look inside Make More Noise:

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Meet award-winning author of the My Brother is Superhero series, David Solomons on Sunday, October 7 from 4:00pm-4:45pm. David Solomons will share stories from some of his side-splittingly funny books and you can polish up your knowledge of superheroes and villains. Like saving the world? Dramatic alien visits? You’ll like this! You can book your ticket here – and here’s a look inside his latest book, My Arch-Enemy Is a Brain In a Jar.

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If you are interested in writing for young people, Fleur Hitchcock, author of Murder In Midwinter, will be joining Liz Brownlee and Mel Darbon as they discuss the creative process with MA Course Leader and author Julia Green. The panel will take place on Thursday, October 4 from 7:00pm-8:00pm and you can join the panelists afterwards for a friendly drinks reception for a chance to mingle and ask questions of these and other local published authors. Get tickets here – and here’s a look inside Murder In Midwinter:

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We hope to see you there!

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