B Cador: July 2016
...Base 1 and Base 2 had a great time sharing some of her stories with her. They asked questions and learned about being an author.
As Charlotte is also a book illustrator, the children also designed their own pair of shorts for Christopher Nibbles, the main character in some of Charlotte's stories.
At the end of the afternoon, some of the children (with their mums and dads) went to meet Charlotte in the library and bought a signed copy of one of her stories. A lovely treat for the end of the week.
Many thanks to Mrs Pascall for arranging the opportunity for us.
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