Posted: Monday 26th March 2018
A packed programme of literary events is being presented by Hertfordshire Libraries throughout April and May - including the chance to hear the family of Call the Midwife author Jennifer Worth talk about her books.
Some of the adult’s events include:
Author Alison Weir’s talk on her book Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen
Author Claire Mulley’s talk on her novel The Women Who Flew for Hitler
Author Rowan Coleman’s talk about her book The Summer of Impossible Things
Further events include appearances and talks by authors Kimberley Chambers, Stephen Booth and Elly Griffiths. If you prefer factual talks there will be The Krays with James Morton, Stagecoaches, Louise Allen on Jane Austen, a writer’s workshop, a talk on how to promote your book and much more.
The children’s programme, with many events taking place over the Spring break, includes:
Gareth P Jones and Steve May’s The Greatest Story Ever Written
Zoolab which gives children the chance to handle animals
Comic Art Workshops with Beano artist Kev F Sutherland
There will also be Puppet-making workshops, Booster Cushion Theatre shows, Horrid Henry Storybook Making, Fun with Fiction creative writing workshops and much more.
More information can be obtained from local libraries or by calling 0300 123 4049. For tickets call 01707 281533 or book online.