Celebrate the Launch of My Mum Tracy Beaker, the latest novel by Jacqueline Wilson
Sunday 7th October 11:00 at Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, Kensington, SW7 2AR
Join Jacqueline Wilson and Nick Sharratt at a very special event to celebrate the publication of My Mum Tracy Beaker. Hear the award-winning and bestselling author discuss the books and watch as Nick Sharratt brings to life some of your favourite characters live on stage.
Tracy Beaker is back, and she’s a mum now…
Jess and Tracy Beaker are the perfect team. Jess thinks Tracy is the best mum ever (even when Tracy shouts at her teachers). Tracy is fun and daring, but she also works hard to give Jess the family home she desperately wanted when growing up in the Dumping Ground.
Their flat might be a bit mouldy but it’s their happy home.
But when Sean Godfrey –Tracy’s rich new boyfriend – comes onto the scene, Jess is worried things are going to change.
A fantastic new story featuring a much-loved old friend, this brilliant new book from Jacqueline Wilson is packed full of Illustrations by Nick Sharratt throughout.
Tickets: £7 for children and £10 for adults or £19 including a copy of My Mum Tracy Beaker plus an exclusive goody-bag. Unreserved seating.
There will be no book signing after the talk but there will be an opportunity for children to ask questions. Copies of Jaqueline Wilson’s books, including My Mum Tracy Beaker will be available to purchase from Waterstones on the day.If you have any questions please contact email@example.com
Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, Kensington, SW7 2AR
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