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Easter Egg Hunt around the globe garden - supported by Alice in Wonderland Actors.
All ages welcome !
A Lavish Buffet Breakfast £10 a head. Meet up with other booklovers and share hints on how to take photos using food, books and hot drinks.
@addymanbooks will provide appropriate books which can also be purchased. Booking preferred - please call 01497 821 762
Lego Club happens every Sunday. Come along all ages welcome, including parents!
Helen Jukes previews her book 'A Honeybee Heart has Five Openings' which will be published in July 2018.
'This book has found a special place in my heart. It’s as strange, beautiful and unexpected, as precise and exquisite in its movings, as bees in a hive. I loved it' - HELEN MACDONALD, author of H IS FOR HAWK.
‘An intimate exploration of the heart and home, and a tantalising glimpse into an alien culture. A brave and delicate book, rich and fascinating’ Nick Hunt, author of Where the Wild Winds Are
Run by Adele Nozedar. Learn how to make your own flavoured gin - all ingredients provided. This workshop is limited to only 30 participants so please book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Tickets are £21.50 and are available through www.adelenozedar.com or from Eighteen Rabbit in Lion Street.
Zoe Sadler, creator of 'Mysteries of the Deep' colouring book and 'The Light House Keeper' will be here! Zoe will read her children's book, 'The Lighthouse Keeper'. Will the fishing boat in the story be saved by the beam of the lighthouse or will the little boat meet a fishy end? After the book reading, why not stay and find out more about Zoe's new monster project and draw your very own monster. Zoe sends her little monster creations to all her friends! Why don't you send one to a friend too?
Dr. Andrew Webb, lecturer in English Literature at Bangor University talks with Welsh Bookseller Jeff Towns about their new book on the Welshness of Edward Thomas.
Jeff Towns is one of the world's leading Dylan Thomas experts. An antiquarian bookseller by trade, based in the poet's home of Swansea, Jeff was originally known, both locally and globally, as 'Jess the Books'. He is now known simply, affectionately and professionally as 'The Dylan Thomas Guy'. Dr. Andrew Webb and he have felt the Welsh traditions found in the work of the country life writer and poet Edward Thomas have been unfairly ignored especially last year which marked one hundred years since the death of Thomas in Arras.
Firefly Press, based in Cardiff and Aberystwyth was set up five years ago this April to publish quality fiction for 5-19 year olds. Though celebrating their fifth birthday Firefly has already had some resounding successes including two Carnegie Prize nominations by Horatio Clare and Rhian Ivory and short-listed for The Laugh Out Loud Book Awards with 'Thimble Monkey Super Star' by Jon Blake. Penny will talk about the process of getting a children's book published, what a publisher is looking for, how the editing process works and will answer questions from the audience. Firefly books will be available for purchase during the weekend.