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The iconic ‘bad man’ Mr Gum (who hates children, animals, fun and corn on the cob) is on his way to Linton! Hidden away in a bag of sticks, he’s hitched a lift from his author, Andy Stanton.
Award-winning illustrator of the brilliant Mr Gum books, David Tazzyman, as well as the hilarious You Can’t Take An Elephant On A Bus, Jelly Boots Smelly Boots, and many more, will be leading a hands-on illustration workshop.
Draw a Dragon£0.00
We’re excited to welcome fantasy author and artist John McCambridge back to Linton with his extremely popular dragon-drawing workshops. A highlight of festivals past!
Experienced educator with a passion for motivating children to read and write, Polari-Prize-winning Ian Eagleton founded the Reading Realm and has dedicated himself to activism in the spheres of mental health and LGBTQ+ rights.
Julian Sedgewick introduces his award-winning book Tsunami Girl, a coming-of-age novel set against the unfolding of an unforeseen crisis of colossal scale.
Julian Sedgwick Workshop£0.00
Inspired by Japanese ghost stories and his research in Japan, Julian Sedgewick will be leading a ghost theatre workshop here in Linton. The workshop is about creating atmospheric and fun story settings.
Lisa Thompson, the bestselling author of modern classic The Goldfish Boy, talks about her writing process and how gaming and digging for treasure in her back garden inspired her latest book.
What would you do for a stranger? This session will turn your ideas upside down as you are faced with the same question as Alix and Samir did in Miriam Halahmy’s YA novel, Hidden.
As a passionate storyteller, Paul has travelled the world telling stories in all sorts of locations from schools to libraries and museums, and even the inside of a hollow tree!