Jacqueline Harvey will be presenting a Workshop as part of the Sydney Writers Festival
Jacqueline Harvey will be presenting a Workshop for Adults as part of the Sydney Writers Festival. If you are keen to write stories to keep children reading under the covers after lights out and you are interested to know more about the business of publishing, this course with Jacqueline Harvey gives you a practical look at writing for children; from goal setting to finding your voice, and from advice on being published to the general business of being a writer.
On receipt of booking, we will ask you to confirm any special requirements, including access needs.
While not all rooms in Science House are fully accessible, we are committed to ensuring that all participants can attend all workshops.
The Little Bookroom Melbourne ZOOM Saturday Session 26 September 3-4pm
Jacqueline Harvey is zooming in to share some bookish good cheer with those of us lockdown 🙂 About this Event The Little Bookroom is celebrating 60 years, and Puffin Books are turning 80! We’re proud to jointly present this series, to mark and milestones, and provide good cheer to everyone in lockdown. CLICK ON THE PICTURE BELOW […]
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How to host an Alice-Miranda or Clementine Rose party
When a new book comes out or the next time you’re stuck for a theme for your birthday party, why not celebrate with Alice-Miranda and Clementine Rose?
These easy steps will have you partying in style!
- Send our Alice-Miranda or Clementine Rose invitations to everyone on your guest list. Will you make it a dress-up party? Let guests know on the invite if you are.
- Choose the yummy treats you’re going to have. Alice-Miranda and Clementine love food so look through the books for inspiration. You can download this recipe for some scrummy chocolate brownies, they’re perfect for high tea.
- Decide on the games to play. Maybe you can set up a treasure hunt – Alice-Miranda loves solving mysteries after all! Or perhaps you can have a Clementine Rose inspired fashion parade!
- Think of your decorations. You can print off book covers and make them into placemats or cut them into triangles and attach them to ribbons to make bunting. Intersperse the triangles with lots of pretty material. We’ve designed some fabulous place name cards to put on the table you’ve decorated. How about you put your friend’s names through our Name Generator and write them on the name cards! A lovely table cloth and some nice china cups – mismatched ones are the best – will complete the setting.
Have the party! Don’t forget to take lots of photos and have lots of fun! Once you’ve held your event, be sure to come back and tell us all about it! Submit your details via the form below. Your party post may appear on our blog. Make sure you check this is okay with your Mum or Dad before submitting the form.