BridLit Kids are in for a treat!
Some of our favourite local personalities are going to read every evening from their favourite books – perfect or children of all ages and their families. We hope to continue with these BridLit tales throughout the year so……..keeping checking our website.
Local illustrator Charlie Fuge reads A Home Full of Friends by Peter Bently, illustrated by Charles Fuge.
Charlie reads this heart-warming tale of a badger who finds how lovely it is to help his friends out when they most need it. This story is one of a trilogy of books that follow the adventures of Bramble Badger and his friends as they learn life lessons like the importance of sharing and showing compassion.
Local illustrator Suzanna Hubbard reads The Problem with Pierre by C. K. Smouha, illustrated by Suzanna Hubbard.
Suzanna reads this sweet story of friendship and acceptance about Alan and Bertram who are next-door neighbours and best friends. They are also very, very different to one another. Bertram is extremely neat, and Alan is wildly messy. When Bertram gets a cat, called Pierre, he is dismayed to find that Pierre prefers it at Alan’s house. Watch Suzanna to find out what happens.
Martin Maudsley – The King’s Ears
**Bonus Story** BridLit would not be BridLit without some Martin Maudsley. Sadly we can’t see him live on stage as we did last year with the wonderful Lost Words, but here he is telling a story in a tree, about a tree, and many more things besides. You can also find him and Sarah Acton on our School’s page where they will be talking about writing Nature Journals and Diaries. Please do join in and send us the results to publish on the website.