A super-secret biscuit factory with a portal to another dimension full of orange fluffy monsters? A town full of happy, jogging, salad-eating adults? Surely an alien invasion! ONLY YOU CAN HELP. Let's do this. Are you coming?
About the event
Join author James Harris to hear all about his brilliant books The Unbelievable Biscuit Factory and Happy-Town Must Be Destroyed. A funny, feel-good session perfect for children 8 to 12-year-olds - hear excerpts from the books and have a go at creating your very own monster with James! All materials will be provided.
When: Sunday 20 November, 10.45 - 11.30am
Where: Ingleby Barwick Library, Stockton on Tees
Please arrive 10 minutes before the session is due to start.
This event is organised by the National Literacy Trust’s Read North East Hub, in partnership with Northern Children’s Book Festival. Funded by Arts Council England, with thanks to Ingleby Barwick Library.
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About the author
"Hiya! I'm James. I live in Middlesbrough and I'm a writer. I write bonkers adventure stories for anyone who wants to read 'em!
I've written two crazy, hilarious novels so far: The Unbelievable Biscuit Factory, which won the New Writing North Children's Novel Award in 2019, and Happytown Must Be Destroyed which never won nothing but I still love it dearly.
My third book is currently hiding somewhere in my brain..."
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Getting to Ingleby Barwick Library
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For questions relating to the venue, access and travel, please contact Ingleby Barwick Library:
- Phone: 01642 528528
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- Younger or older children welcome but please note the session is best suited to 8 to 12-year-olds.
- Prams and buggies welcome
- This event will include a craft activity for children to complete, all materials provided
- This event is free to attend, please ensure you have a ticket for each person
- For questions relating to the event, tickets or any other questions, please contact: Connecting.Stories@literacytrust.org.uk