This afternoon local author and illustrator, Chris Mould visited school. Children in KS2 were treated to Chris’ stories and drawings and Chris also talked about his new book (the first in a series) called Pocket Pirates.
If you didn’t bring any money with you and you wished that you had it is not too late!
See Miss Whiteley by Wednesday 14th October to buy a copy of Pocket Pirates – £4.50 cheque (payable to Orinoco Books) or exact money please.
This morning fourteen children from across KS2 travelled to Leeds Civic Hall to attend a special session organised by the Leeds School Library Service. The children spent an enjoyable morning in the company of local author and illustrator, Chris Mould. Chris was hugely entertaining and talked about being both an author and an illustrator and also about his latest book Pocket Pirates. He even did some drawing too.
Chris will also be visiting school on this Thursday (8th Oct) so if you might like to take a look at his website and also hatchette books website, click on the links below:
Chris’ new book Pocket Pirates will be on sale on Thursday at school priced at £4.50 each. Bring money in a named envelope on the day.
On Monday 5th October a group of children will be attending a special session with local author and illustrator, Chris Mould. Then on Thursday 8th October Chris will be visiting the whole of KS2 at school!
Chris has written and illustrated lots of books including two popular series’ Something Wickedly Weird and Pip and the Lost Children.
At both sessions Chris will be talking about writing, drawing, his books especially his new book Pocket Pirates which is about some very small pirates (pocket sized in fact) that live in a junk shop. He might also even do some drawing!
If you are in Year 3 – 6 look out for a letter in your book bag about the event.
Copies of Pocket Pirates will be on sale at £4.50.
Welcome back to school!
Wow! This term is going to be really busy for the library. Take a look below for details of what event are taking place and when.
Wednesday 23rd September Author Gill Lewis will be visiting Y5 & 6
Monday 5th October The Explorers will be attending a session with author and illustrator Chris Mould at Leeds Civic Hall
Monday 12th October Year 6 will be visiting the Ilkley Literature Festival to meet author Steve Cole
Keep checking the blog for more information nearer the date of the events
This afternoon local author and illustrator, Chris Mould visited school.
Key Stage 2 children were lucky enough to listen to Chris talk about how he first became an illustrator and later an author. Chris did some drawing and the children asked lots of questions.
Local author and illustrator, Chris Mould will be visiting KS2 children tomorrow afternoon (Friday 11th October).
Chris has written and illustrated numerous books for children and we are very excited about him coming to visit us.
Chapel Allerton based book shop, Radish Books will be supplying the books for tomorrow’s event and children will have the opportunity to urchase a book after the session and have it signed by Chris.
Radish are offering a 10% discount on the cover price of books with the Something Wickedly Weird series and Spindlewood Tale series books priced at £4.50 each while Fangs ‘n’ Fire, Pirates ‘n’ Pistols and Dust ‘n’ Bones will all be priced at £7.20.
Don’t forget your money!
Welcome back to School!
This term there are lots of exciting things being planned……
Friday 27th September – Dress Up Dahlicious Day
We will be celebrating all things Roald Dahl and also will be dressing up as a character from one of Roald Dahl’s books to raise money for Roald Dahl’s Children’s Charity.
Thursday 3rd October – National Poetry Day
This year’s theme is water so we will be sharing some watery poems and having a go at writing our own.
Monday 7th – Friday 11th October – Children’s Book Week
We will be sharing our favourite books and Key Stage 2 will be preparing from a visit from an author & illustrator.
Friday 11th October – Visit from author & illustrator Chris Mould (KS2)
Chris will be visiting school and talking about his books. More information to follow.