Tuesday, 27 January 2015

National Libraries Day Event - Beeston Library, Saturday 7th February 2015

Saturday 7th February 2015 is National Libraries Day!

The aim of the day is to encourage people to use their local libraries and find out about the services they have to offer. There are events going on in libraries all over the United Kingdom. You can find out if there's an event in a library near you using the map on the National Libraries Day web site.

This year, I'm delighted to be doing an event at my local library in Beeston, Nottingham. I'll be reading my brand new picture book A Spot of Bother, illustrated by Vanessa Cabban, along with The Princess and the Pig, illustrated By Poly Bernatene, which is my most borrowed book from UK libraries.

Here's a book trailer for A Spot of Bother.

I'm hoping my complexion will be a little clearer on the day!

Between stories, we'll be making these pop-up pig masks.

TICKETS ARE FREE and available from the library, but there are a limited number so please request them in advance. The event is suitable for children aged three and over. 


Saturday 7th February

2.00 pm - 3.00 pm

Beeston Library

Foster Avenue

Tel: 0115 925 5168/5084
email: beeston.library@nottscc.gov.uk

Visit my web site to find out more about A SPOT OF BOTHER 

Visit the National Libraries Day web site

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