Saturday 21st September, 11am, free entry
Join the author of Milton The Mighty for a morning of storytelling and spider-web-making! Emma Read will be heading to Storysmith this September to celebrate the release of her new book, Milton The Mighty.
This will be a super-fun morning perfect for ages 5+, with plenty of craft activities and all materials provided. Check out the pic of Emma’s spider webs below!
Entry is free, but space is limited: please fill in the form to reserve your places:
About Milton The Mighty
The first book in a fresh, funny new series for children, illustrated by Alex G. Griffiths!
When little spider Milton discovers he’s been branded deadly on social media – and is targeted by pest-killers BugKILL – he fears for his life and the future of his species.
Alongside his BFFs, big hairy Ralph and spindly daddy-long-legs Audrey, he searches for a way to clear his name. But to succeed, Milton realises he must communicate with his house humans, a schoolgirl called Zoe – and her arachnophobic dad. Is he mighty enough to achieve the impossible?
About Emma Read
Emma was once a very sensible biologist. Now she uses her transferable talents such as attention to detail, patience and fine motor skills, to extract Lego from under the sofa. And of course to write children’s books.
Her favourite things in the world are: badges, Death On the Nile, hats, foxes, deserts, desserts and Buck Rogers. Her one regret in life is never having trained to be an astronaut.
Milton the Mighty is Emma’s first novel, and was shortlisted for the 2017 Bath Children’s Novel Award.