Join Book Nook favourite, author and this year’s summer reading challenge illustrator, Adam Stower, for an event to celebrate his latest chapter book, King Coo: The Curse of the Mummy’s Gold, the much anticipated sequel to the hilarious King Coo. Come along for a fun-filled afternoon of bearded girls, live illustration and the opportunity to get a book signed. This event is free but please book here.
*This event is now fully booked but if you would like to pre-order a signed copy of Animal Pants please head to our online shop*
Nick Sharratt will be reading and drawing from his fantastic new book, Animal Pants! Come and meet Nick and get a book signed. Free event but please email the shop to book a place.
Baa pants, moo pants, COCK-A-DOODLE-DO pants . . . Have you ever wondered what kind of pants honey bees wear? What about iguanas? Or even piranhas? Find out in this joyous explosion of colour and silliness that will have readers of all ages laughing together – a hilarious rhyming read, from the author of Giraffes Can’t Dance and the illustrator of You Choose.
Come and meet the author and illustrator of this fantastic new laugh-out-loud series. Listen to a hilarious reading, ask Sam and Sarah any burning questions about how they came up with and illustrated the series and get your book signed. Fun and giggles guaranteed!
Free event but please email the shop to book.
Charlie McGuffin has an incredible secret… He can change into animals. All sorts of animals: a flea, a pigeon, even a rhino! Trouble is, he can’t decide when – it only happens when he gets worried. And right now, Charlie has quite a lot to worry about:
* His brother (who is in hospital)
* His parents (who are panicking about it)
* And the school bully (who has Charlie in his sights)
And even though every kid wants a superhero power, Charlie isn’t keen on changing into a chicken in the middle of the school play. So with the help of his three best friends, Charlie needs to find a way of dealing with his crazy new power – and fast!
‘Full of heart and humour, wit and wisdom, and rivers of rhino poo’ Sophie Anderson, author of The House with Chicken Legs