Wee Write! Glasgow’s Book Festival for Children and Young People, Families Day, 5 March, 2016
Wee Write! 2016
29 February – 5 March, 2016
Top picks for budding readers, writers & illustrators
Glasgow’s Book Festival for Children & Young People is gearing up for a packed Families Day on 5 March 2016.
Highlights at the Mitchell Library
Include: award-winners like Chae Strathie previewing his latest book Gorilla Loves Vanilla, the latest from Jaqueline Wilson illustrator Nick Sharrat with Shark in the Park on a Windy Day and the minds behind CITV’s Fleabag Monkeyface, Knife and Packer.
Book your places early to avoid disappointed wee faces.
To help you find the right sessions for the youngest bookworms in your life, check out the guide to 2016’s Wee Write! activities by age group.
There truly is something for everyone at Wee Write!
6 Granville St, Glasgow G3 7DR
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