The Telegraph Bath Children’s Literature Festival is over for another year but don’t forget to book tickets to see Hollywood funny guy Chris O’Dowd and co-author Nick V. Murphy chat about their book Moone Boy, 10am at Komedia on Saturday November 1st. Tickets £6.
Thank you to everyone who helped make the Festival possible, authors & performers, publishers and publicists, sponsors & partners, volunteers & stewards, and of course, our lovely audiences – we couldn’t do it without you.
The Festival will be back in 2015. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Saturday 01 November
Moone Boy: The Blunder Years
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An interview with Sally Green
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Photo of the Day: Sunday 28 SeptemberSeptember 28, 2014
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Photo of the Day: Saturday 27 SeptemberSeptember 27, 2014
The Telegraph Bath Children's Literature Festival started with a brilliant-bonkers quiz yesterday. Our hosts for the evening were the hilarious Andy Stanton and Festival Founder John McLay, and we had ...…
YA Author Talks for Ages 12+September 18, 2014
Adolescence can be difficult to navigate, but YA authors and poets create worlds of fantasy and intrigue that help us cope with problems we face growing up. Poet and author ...…