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The Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour is heading to primary schools in Fife and Clackmannanshire this March with the brilliant illustrator and “world’s greatest dinosaur drawer” Korky Paul.
Not lucky enough to be a pupil at one of our Fife and Clackmannanshire schools? Enter our competition to win a signed and dedicated copy of Winnie’s Big Bad Robot!
Which hapless witch does Korky Paul famously illustrate?
- The Worst Witch
- The Grand High Witch
- Winnie the Witch
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About Korky Paul
Korky is the award-winning illustrator of over 60 picture books, chapter books, poetry collections and pop-up books, including the hugely popular Winnie the Witch series. Whether witches and their familiars, fantastic beasts, vampires, dinosaurs or whacky professors, Korky’s drawings are packed with rich detail and famed for their wild characterisation and anarchic style.
Over the course of the week Korky will share his passion for drawing with over 400 P1-4 pupils. The sessions will be jam-packed with stories and silliness and are a fantastic way to get pupils excited about reading, drawing and using their imagination to create characters of their own.
On the Bookshelf
The latest mad-cap adventure of Winnie and Wilbur is a robotic rollercoaster of a story! When Winnie the Witch makes a cardboard robot she is very proud of her creation and decides to turn it into a real robot. BIG mistake! Winnie and Wilbur soon discover that the Big Bad Robot is trouble, especially when it gets hold of Winnie’s magic wand.
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The above was provided by Emma Lamont. Emma is the Schools Events Coordinator at Scottish Book Trust.
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