Join us for an inspirational hour with author Ross Montgomery and illustrator David Litchfield.
You'll find out more about the their book Space Tortoise, and enjoy amazing live drawing and storytelling along the way.
This is a brilliant workshop for anyone who enjoys drawing and illustration, or who would love to write a story of their own. Perfect for adults and children, you'll come away having been thoroughly entertained, and with a few new ideas of your own.
About Space Tortoise This is a beautiful, moving and heart-warming picture book written by Ross Montgomery and illustrated by David Litchfield.
“Heartwarming… brought to life with beautiful illustrations” Guardian Best New Children’s Books 2018.
About Ross Montgomery A former primary school teacher, Ross Montgomery now writes books for children. His book Alex and the Unopenable Door was selected as one of The Sunday Times “Top 100 Modern Children’s Classics”.
About David Litchfield David Litchfield is an award-winning illustrator and author. His own books include The Bear and the Piano (Winner of Waterstones Children’s Book Prize: Best Illustrated Book 2016), and he has also illustrated a number of picture books for authors such as Ross Montgomery, Andy Stanton and Sally Lloyd-Jones.
Event details Times: 12.00pm, 1.30pm and 3.00pm
Cost: £3 per person, adults and children. Everyone who attends needs to pay for a space although children under 2 who can sit on laps are free of charge. Price does not include Museum entry which you will also need to book to take part in the workshop.
Age: recommended for 5+ years. Under 16s will need to be accompanied by an paying adult.
Type of workshop: author workshop
Booking: you can book Museum entry and workshops online up until the day before (subject to availability). Workshop options will appear after selecting your Museum admission.
VenueRoald Dahl Museum and Story Centre
Address81-83 High Street, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire,
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