Join children’s author Anna Brooke for an event dedicated to exploring imaginative writing, inventing words and where ideas come from. This activity is entirely in English, and no translation will be provided.
All participants must be able to understand and speak English in order to participate in the program. Children between the ages 8–12 may participate in Library programs on their own, while their chaperone remains inside the Library. All children participating in this workshop must be able to write and read in English.
About Anna Brooke:
Anna’s writing career started in journalism as a film critic for Time Out Paris and the author of seven travel guidebooks for Frommer’s. She has written for multiple publications, including the Financial Times, The Times and The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, where she was the long-standing Paris expert. Her debut novel, Monster Bogey, was a SCBWI Undiscovered Voices winner and longlisted for the Bath Children’s Novel Award. When not writing, she has been an actress, a cabaret singer and an electro-pop artist, performing on stage and composing songs for films and commercials. Raised in Birmingham and Yorkshire, she now lives in Paris with her French-Canadian husband and son. Find out more about Anna here
Important information: This event is for Library members, and advance registration is required. Caregivers are expected to familiarize themselves with the Library Policy for Children and the Rules and Code of Conduct so that we can provide a pleasant library environment for all patrons. Questions about collections and programs for children and teens can be sent to the Library’s Children and Teens Services Manager, Celeste Rhoads: email@example.com.