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Adrian Edmondson with Pupils

Authors Live: Adrian Edmondson

In this event the hilarious actor, author and comedian Adrian Edmondson discusses his debut children's book, Tilly and the Time Machine. The book explores themes of grief and remembrance.

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Martin Brown speaking to the audience at Authors Live

Authors Live: Martin Brown

Catch up on all the excitement from Martin Brown's Authors Live event

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Phil Earle

Authors Live: Phil Earle

Phil talks about his Storey Street books, plus shares some great writing tips and answers questions from pupils across the country

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Kes Gray during his Authors Live event

Authors Live: Kes Gray

We were joined by award-winning author Kes Gray for a brilliant Authors Live broadcast!

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Pamela Butchart

Authors Live: Pamela Butchart

We were delighted to be joined by award-winning author and Blue Peter badge holder Pamela Butchart for a fun-filled Authors Live broadcast!

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Philip Ardagh

Authors Live: Philip Ardagh

Author Philip Ardagh tells us all about his hilarious series, The Grunts.

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Guy Bass reading

Authors Live: Guy Bass

Award-winning author Guy Bass talks about his hilarious Spynosaur books and answers questions from pupils across the country. Watch this hilarious event to hear about Guy's childhood love of comics and the inspiration for his new series Spynosaur!

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Authors Live: Alex T Smith

We were delighted to welcome Alex T Smith to Authors Live to help us celebrate Bookbug Week

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Authors Live: Tracey Corderoy and Steven Lenton

Authors Live: Tracey Corderoy and Steven Lenton

The author-illustrator duo behind the Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam picture books joined us for a fun-filled Authors Live broadcast!

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Matthew Fitt reading a Roald Dahl book

Authors Live: Matthew Fitt

We were joined by author and translator Matthew Fitt to celebrate 100 years of Roald Dahl!

Watch this event to hear about the Scots language and how Matthew translated some of Roald Dahl's most popular stories into Scots. 

 

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