|Date:||Thursday March 23rd|
|Venue:||dlr LexIcon, the Studio|
|Time:||11.00am - 12 noon (Please arrive at 10.30am to be seated)
1 hour event, 1 hour signing
|Cost:||€3 per ticket (2 teachers free per class)|
|Age:||4th to 6th class|
If your students love a good mystery story, they will love this interactive event with the brilliant Robin Stevens.
Robin Stevens’ series, Murder Most Unladylike was featured on The Late Late Toy Show last December. Readers all over Ireland love her wonderful novels, described by Ryan Tubridy as ‘Agatha Christie for kids’. Her latest book in the series is Cream Buns and Crime.
Robin was born in California and moved to England when she was three. She grew up in Oxford and went to an English boarding school where she read a lot of mystery tales (and got lots of great ideas for her own future books which are set in a fictional boarding school). At university, she did her MA on crime fiction. She really does have a degree in murder!
Every child will have a chance to meet Robin after the event, talk to her about their own writing and get their books signed. There will be a pop-up bookshop on site.