Julia Donaldson – The Gruffalo and other stories at West End Festival
22 June, 2019 at 11 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.
Introducing the new collaboration with Catherine Rayner – The Go-Away Bird.
Hunterian Museum, Gilbert Scott Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ
Tickets from Eventbrite; £5 for children, £10 for adults, £25 for family ticket. (Under twos free).
Julia Donaldson needs no introduction to children and families. Creator of the much loved children’s classic The Gruffalo which celebrates its 20th anniversary, Julia will share some of her favourite stories which may include What The Ladybird Heard, The Girl, the Bear and the Magic Shoes, The Cook and the King.
Together with award winning illustrator Catherine Rayner, Julia and Catherine will introduce their brilliant new collaboration – the unique picture book The Go-Away Bird. Join Julia Donaldson and Catherine Rayner for live stories, songs and illustrations. Not to be missed. Please note – bookshop and author/illustrator signing after each event.
Not to be missed.
Bookshop and author signing after events!
Part of West End Festival
- ‘the lactic acid in the calves of your despair’ poetry collection by Ali Whitelock
- New Collection of Poems: Poor Wurld by Jim Ferguson
- The Clearing: A memoir of art, family and mental health by Samantha Clark
- The Siren Awakes – memoir by Linda Jackson
- Blessed Assurance by Stewart Ennis
- ‘Doors tae Naewye’ poetry by Christie Williamson
- Poor Wurld by Jim Ferguson – Book Launch Party Postponed
- Keeping Time novel by Thomas Legendre
- Much Left Unsaid by Finola Scott – poetry
- Freddy Anderson, Afternoon of Literature, Poetry and Song
- Women Writers: Maria Marchinadu, Tracy Patrick and Eloise Oui
- Neu Reekie at Aye Write
- Aye Write: Andrew Greig and Chris Agee
- Christie Williamson – Doors tae Naewye Launch at Express Yourself
- Remember Tom Leonard, CCA
- Ali Whitelock and Skye Loneragan – Scottish Writers Centre
- Aye Write: Ferlie Leed – The Rhymer on his Hoalidays
- Literary Legends Book Stall – International Women’s Week
- Books at the Botanics
- Aye Write 2020: Humans of Scotland