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Another group of children help me enact a scene with puppets.I get kids guessing who the famous New Zealander is from their baby photograph, who the heads of government are from their caricatures, and quiz them about some of my titles and reward them with bookmarks. I show the kids a photo of myself when I was twelve and tell them why it is relevant to who I am as a writer.We’ve been receiving fantastic reviews of the book.

In the early days I was very nervous when giving talks.

After giving hundreds of talks I now look forward to them.

What have I been doing in the quiet month of January?

Helping organise a fantastic exhibition of children’s books.

The Gala Opening Night is on Monday 4th March from 5.30 – 7.30pm.

All are invited but it is essential that you RSVP because we are limited to 100 people.

The kids also see sneak previews of new books coming out.

At the moment I’m showing them the digital remake of my book ‘Rangitoto’ and a book trailer for a picture book coming out next year.

There are also Storyline Family Festival Days in Kaitaia at the Kaitaia Library and Te Ahu Centre from 11 – 4pm; and at the South Auckland Vodafone Events Centre from 11-3pm on Saturday 17th August for the first time!

That night (Saturday 17th August) in Auckland authors, illustrators, librarians, teachers and anyone who loves children’s books will celebrate Storylines 20th anniversary at the National Library from 6pm to 8pm. On Sunday 18th August join writers and illustrators in Auckland: David Hill, Sally Sutton, Mark Sommerset, Chris Gurney, Nina Rycroft, Sandra Morris, Elena de Roo, Melinda Szymanik, Leonie Agnew, Fraser Williamson, Susan Brocker, Leonie Thorpe, Apirana Taylor, and the matriarchs of children’s literature: Joy Cowley and Dame Lynley Dodd at the Aotea Centre from 10 – 3pm.

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