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An Afternoon with Jacqueline Wilson *SOLD OUT*

Sunday 21st May 14:00 at The Concert Room, St George's Hall, St George's Place, Liverpool, L1 1JJ

Join us to spend an afternoon in the company of much-loved author, Dame Jacqueline Wilson.  Hear all about how she started her writing career, how she created some of her best-loved characters as well as about her brand new book, Wave Me Goodbye which focuses on children who were evacuated in the Second World War.

 

Former Children’s Laureate and author of over 100 books, Jacqueline Wilson is one of Britain’s best-selling children’s authors.  Best-known for characters like Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather, she has legions of loyal fans both in the UK and throughout the world.  

 

Please note - there will be no book signing after this event but printed bookplates with Jacqueline’s signature on will be available with every copy of the new book bought from the bookshop at the venue.

 

Ticket prices are £5 for under 16 years old, £8 for adults or £17 for admission plus a copy of the new book Wave Me Goodbye (RRP £12.99) - tickets are available via the link below and are not available in store.

 

The event starts at 2pm Sunday 21st May - doors to the venue open from 1.15pm.

There will be no book signing after the talk but there will be plenty of opportunity for children to ask questions.  Copies of Jacqueline’s books including Wave Me Goodbye will be available to purchase from Waterstones on the day. 

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