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Writing Workshop with Meredith Costain

The Little Bookroom

Tuesday, 26 September 2017 from 10:30 am to 11:30 am (AEST)

Writing Workshop with Meredith Costain

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This ticket includes a copy of Ella’s Diary #11: Going Green (RRP $13)
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Writing Workshop Meredith Costain Tuesday September 26 10:30am

Ella’s Diary #11: Going Green

Ella's school is going green! And there's going to be an election to choose a Planet Protector Captain!

Being Captain is Ella's dream: she'll get to be in charge of all the cool projects and get to wear a sparkly uniform!

But sneaky Peach wants to be Captain too, and will stop at nothing to get more votes. Will Ella get the top job, or will Peach rule the school once again?

 

About the author:

Meredith Costain has taught Writing for Children and Young Adults in the Professional Writing and Editing course at RMIT and at the Victorian Writers’ Centre. She also visit schools and libraries to give talks and writing workshops to kids.

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The Little Bookroom
759 Nicholson Street
Carlton North, VIC 3054
Australia

Tuesday, 26 September 2017 from 10:30 am to 11:30 am (AEST)


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The Little Bookroom - bringing children's books to Melbourne since 1960.

The Little Bookroom opened its doors to the public on Friday the 13th October, 1960, the first bookstore in Australia to stock only children's books. It has been a Melbourne institution ever since!

The shop is named for a collection of stories by Eleanor Farjeon who wrote:

"I am proud and happy to know you've chosen the title of my book for the title of your Bookshop in the City my Father first set foot in the 1850s when he emigrated to Australia as a boy of 16. The stories he told me of his arrival in Melbourne have always made it seem to be one of 'my' cities. Thank you for giving me a home in it"

Edward Ardizzone illustrated 'The Little Bookroom' and provided us with an original ink illustration for our logo, a treasure indeed.

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