2017 has provided a cornucopia of book delights for us all at Inkpots. Some books have also been sent to us by publishers, for review ahead of publication date. And that is exciting beyond words! So, if you are looking for Christmas present ideas, or want to expand a reading list for 2018, here are […]
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Author and illustrator is visiting Inkpots to run special workshops encouraging children to write and draw their own stories.
We are delighted that author and illustrator Laura Ellen Anderson is coming to Inkpots to run a workshop on Saturday 18 November. More information is here: https://inkpots.org/6497-2/ Places are limited so please contact Gill to book a place as soon as possible!
We were absolutely delighted to welcome Alice Reeves, author of the Truth and Tails series of children’s books, to Inkpots on Monday 6 November. Alice spent some time with the children of our Southway Junior School Monday group, and it was a really good excuse for cake! She read one of her stories, we did […]
We’re delighted that Laura Ellen Anderson, author of Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball, and contributor to The Phoenix Comic, answered some of our questions. Thanks so much Laura! Did you do lots of drawing at primary school? Oh, I LOVED to draw at Primary School. Whenever I had the chance to draw or illustrate […]
We are very lucky at Inkpots to get sent some gorgeous books to review – and Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball is no exception! As well as reading it myself, I wanted to hear what one of our Inkpots thought of it and asked Alisha, who is 10, what she thought. I think we […]
As we approach a new school term, there are also new after school clubs to consider. We already know that we will have lots of new children starting Inkpots, and I work really hard to ensure that they, and their parents, have as much information as possible beforehand. But, if you want to ease your […]
Last year, we had the honour of getting to know about Maz Evans and her wonderful forthcoming series of books, Who Let the Gods Out? When Who Let the Gods Out was first published, it was relished by a wide range of children who come to our clubs and became one of ‘our’ books. We […]