Authors’ Mega Mash-Up event in Letchworth

15:29 16 April 2012

Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson will be talking about their Mega Mash-Up books

Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson will be talking about their Mega Mash-Up books


TWO authors will be helping children draw their own adventures when they demonstrate four doodle books.

Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson will be hosting their Mega Mash-Up event at Letchworth Arts Centre on Saturday, which is aimed at six to 11-year-olds.

The children’s novels-cum-doodle books encouraged readers to complete the pictures, make up new characters and add speech to speech-bubbles in a bid to engage young and reluctant readers.

The pair will be talking about the first four titles in the series - Romans v Dinosaurs on Mars, Robots v Gorillas in the Desert, Aliens v Mad Scientists Under the Ocean and Pirates v Ancient Egyptians in a Haunted Museum - from 3pm. which has been organised by

Tickets are £2, with special offers available. Call David’s Bookshop, which has organised the event, on 01462 684631 to reserve a space.


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