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Malorie Blackman opens the new Children’s and YA Department

Saturday 14th June 2014 2pm - 3pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Children's Event

Join Children's Laureate Malorie Blackman for this celebratory moment as she formally opens the new Foyles Children's and YA Department.

Stories make childhood come alive and it can be heard to drag kids away from our every-growing range, from the classics loved by every generation to the hottest imports for teen readers. Our award-winning Children's Department can find something for even the pickiest child and we're rpoud to be a stop-off for countless children's authors, whether signing their books or reseaching their next.

 

FestivalVenue: The Children's Department at Charing Cross Road

Tickets: SORRY - SOLD OUT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At 3.00pm, Malorie Blackman will be joining Anthony Browne and Michael Rosen in an all-star storytelling session: click here to book tickets

 

This event is part of the Foyles Grand Opening Festival, celebrating our move to 107 Charing Cross Road. See the full event programme, including author talks, workshops, formal department openings and much more.

 

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