Authors Live

Lauren Child at Authors Live

Authors Live: Lauren Child

Watch this exciting Authors Live event with the reknowned Waterstones Children's Laureate Lauren Child. You probably know her as the creator of well-loved children’s characters, including Hubert Horatio, Clarice Bean, and of course, Charlie and Lola.

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Sav Akyuz drawing on stage

Authors Live: Sav Akyüz

Storyboard artist Sav Akyüz discusses how he built a career on illustration in this event for teens.

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Frank Cottrell-Boyce

Authors Live: Frank Cottrell-Boyce

Frank Cottrell-Boyce joined us to talk about his novel Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth.

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Joseph Coelho and 'If all the world were...' book cover

Authors Live: Joseph Coelho

Poet Joseph Coelho shows us how to create our own poetry.

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Deanna Rodger and Ellen Renton

Authors Live: National Poetry Day

Deanna Rodger and Ellen Renton join us to celebrate National Poetry Day.

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Authors Live: Cressida Cowell

Cressida Cowell reveals the Scottish inspiration for How to Train Your Dragon and introduces her new Wizards of Once series.

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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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Ross Collins with pupils

Authors Live: Ross Collins

In this broadcast, Ross shares his beloved story There's a Bear on My Chair and discusses his job as an author and illustrator, including where he gets his ideas from. Be sure to have paper and pencils ready to join in a step-by-step draw along towards the end of the broadcast!

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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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Unheard Voices

Authors Live: Unheard Voices

Alex Wheatle, Anni Cameron and Dave Hook talk about the barriers that can stop our voices from being heard.

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