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Storylines Family Days - Free Literary Fun August

Storylines Family Days - Free Literary Fun August


Heritage Hotels are proud to support the annual Storylines Festival where popular children’s authors, illustrators and storytellers share the magic of stories.

Dyslexic wombat-tamer and Australian Children’s Laureate Jackie French (Diary of a Wombat, Gorilla Grab) and adventure fiction writer Gary Crew (Lost Diamonds of Killiecrankie, the Sam Silverthorn books) join a stellar line-up of 70 local authors, illustrators and storytellers in the upcoming Storylines Festival of New Zealand Children’s Writers and Illustrators on 23 -31 August 2014. Admission is free for the Family Days across the country including

Christchurch Family Day, Upper Riccarton Library, Sunday 24 August, 10am - 3.00pm
Wellington Family Day, Michael Fowler Centre, Sunday 24 August, 10am - 3.00pm
South Auckland Family Day, Vodafone Events Centre, Saturday 30 August, 10am - 3.00pm
Auckland Family Day, Aotea Centre, Sunday 31 August, 10am - 3.00pm

Check out the Heritage Hotels Book Talk Area at the Family Days. For more information on the festival and further locations visit www.storylines.org.nz

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