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Come and meet poet and author A F Harrold! We’re inviting kids to write a short poem or paragraph to tell us about their best friend. We’ve got signed copies of his latest book, The Afterwards, to give away for school libraries, and the authors of the winning entries will each get a book-token to spend in the shop too. A F Harrold will help us choose winning entries on 5th November at 4pm in the bookshop.Find out more »
Come and meet author Chris Davies as he launches his book Transformer the tiger cat. Connor Clark is an ordinary boy who lives in an ordinary house and goes to an ordinary school. But one day Connor develops a very extraordinary habit - he can't stop changing things! Connor's unusual habit gets him into all sorts of trouble at home and at school, but things get even worse when he makes a birthday wish to change his pet cat into…Find out more »
Come and meet photographer Dave Jennings, who will be signing copies of this beautiful book. In Warwickshire in Photographs, photographer Dave Jennings has captured the county’s essence, displaying Warwickshire at its best. For those who are proud to live in the county, as well as those visiting, this book is a must.Find out more »
On Wednesday 21st November at 1pm, we will be joined in the bookshop by historian and broadcaster, Dan Snow. His latest book, On This Day in History, charts the events that have shaped our nation, one day at a time throughout the year. Each entry is carefully selected by Dan Snow, and the result is a powerful and unusual view of the last 3,000 years. If you cannot make the event but would like a signed/dedicated book please phone us…Find out more »
Writer, zoologist and The Book Trust’s Writer in Residence, Nicola Davies will be with us from 11am for a book-signing. Come and meet Nicola and hear about her research on humpback whale song, her work supporting Help Refugees UK and get signed. Copies of her extraordinary range of books, from non-fiction to young children;s storytelling.Find out more »