Here are two book launches coming up in June and July!
1. JUNE 2011 BOOK LAUNCH for picture book, The Last Viking
written by Norman Jorgensen, illustrated by James Foley
When: Friday 24 June 2011, 6:30pm
Where: Fremantle Children’s Literature Centre (Old Freo Prison hospital), cnr Hampton and Knutsford Rd, Fremantle WA
RSVP for numbers to Fremantle Press: (08) 9430 6331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A bit about The Last Viking (taken from the Fremantle Press site):
Young Josh is very brave.
He’s not afraid of anyone or anything—except maybe the dark. Pirates worry him a bit, of course, and so do boy-eating dinosaurs, and monsters under the bed. He’s also just a little afraid of dragons and vampires. But other than those few things, Josh is as brave as a lion.
When Josh comes face to face with real-life trouble, he begins to find out how brave he really is …
2. JULY 2011 BOOK LAUNCH for Kumiko and the Shadow Catchers
written and illustrated by Briony Stewart
When: Sunday 10 July 2011, 1.30pm–4.30pm
Where: Town of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus St, Perth WA.
Short reading, book sales, signing, sale of original illustrations and prints from the book.
Light refreshments and a chance for kids to win book prizes and colour in a giant dragon!
For more info, email Briony Stewart.
A bit about Kumiko and the Shadow Catchers (taken from the UQP site):
Kumiko is used to having a dragon guarding her night and day, but what she doesn’t quite know is why she needs one …
Since discovering the secret of the Shadow Catchers, a group of powerful sorcerers determined to steal magic at any cost, Kumiko knows it’s only a matter of time before her family’s link to dragons puts them all in grave danger. Is there a way to stop the Shadow Catchers once and for all and will Kumiko take the risk?
Kumiko and the Shadow Catchers follows Kumiko’s last and most exciting adventure as she travels through a world of shadows and dark magic in order to find freedom for herself and the kingdom of dragons.
Do you know about any upcoming book launches? (Let us know!)
2 thoughts on “Two book launches (WA)”
Every town needs a Children’s Literature Centre! What a great idea.
Both these books look interesting!
I agree! We’re very lucky to have the FCLC.
I’ve read The Last Viking—a review is coming to Soup Blog soon. I haven’t read the Kumiko book yet, but we love the first two books in the series, so I’m sure this one will be just as good. 🙂
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