What a great time it’s been on these chilly dark mornings, braving howling gales, lashing downpours and an iced-up car to get to fantastic schools chock-a-block with keen readers and sizzling librarians.
A big THANKS to Brixham Primary School for an awesome day of stories with Years 5 & 6. What a great school, with a delightfully cosy library. Then came Tor Bridge High School in Plymouth with its megamazing library and megastonishing librarian! Sorry I arrived like a drowned rat, having had a bit of a fight with Storm Angus (I lost). Next came Cotham School in Bristol (my fifth visit) with fantastic goings-on with year 7 Reading Champions. Then it was a quick zoom up the motorway to Bellfield Junior School in Birmingham where I’m always impressed by Year 6 writers. They’re also into Accelerated Reader so I was more than happy to deliver a few of my books before crossing Birmingham to the fabulous Redhill Primary School and the absolutely delightful Class 3. I’ve lost count how many times I’ve returned to this lovely school so thank you for another warm welcome on a frosty day (at least it wasn’t snowing this time).
I was able to tell everyone about my new adventure story – finally published at last! Strangers on a Plane is now available as a ‘fast read’ to quicken the pulse and race the heart – so you may need to have a lie down after reading of Toby’s scary antics at Paris Airport. Try not to have too many nightmares but sit back and enjoy a very Happy READING Christmas and I hope to see you in the New Year!
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