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More Luton library events

I’m doing some more Luton library events this summer! Join me for stories, challenges, games and book-related silliness at the either or both of these: Leagrave Library, Tuesday 16th August, 10:30-11.30 Stopsley Library, Thursday 18th August, 2-3pm Both are free, and suitable for children 7-11ish. If you haven’t read it yet, you could read MaxContinue reading “More Luton library events”

Stories in the peace garden

A special one-off event bringing together theatre, storytelling and games, for 5-9 year olds and their families. At the Peace Garden, High Town, Luton. The theatre production includes excerpts of Max Counts to a Million, and there’s a Q+A with me afterwards. Book a free ticket here. Update: The event was great, and it wasContinue reading “Stories in the peace garden”

Event at Hitchin Library

During the Easter holidays I’m doing a ‘meet the author’ event at Hitchin library on Thursday 14th, in association with the lovely Next Page Books. Details on Eventbrite. It’s free, it’ll be fun. Come along! And there’s a similar event at Luton Central Library on Monday 11th.

The blog tour

Max Counts to a Million is on tour this week – a blog tour. What’s a blog tour, you may ask? It’s when a series of bloggers pass the baton from one to the next, taking it in turns to write about something. It gets you a series of perspectives on the same thing, aContinue reading “The blog tour”

Out with The Book Fairies!

It’s coming up on two years since the beginning of the Covid-19 lockdown. To mark the occasion, on Wednesday 16th March, The Book Fairies hid copies of Max Counts to a Million around the country. You know about the Book Fairies, right? They’re real and everything. Look, here is evidence of their activity: Books wereContinue reading “Out with The Book Fairies!”

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