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Meet the Authors and Illustrators: Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton

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Our annual big day out for little readers is back! Children’s Book Festival 2015 lands on Sunday 22 March.

Kids and their parents are invited to dive into the pleasures of books and reading in as many different ways as possible. There’ll be storytellers, musical acts and performers — plus the chance to meet some of your favourite authors and illustrators.

In this session, Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton will explore The 52 Storey Treehouse.

All events are free, but we’re taking bookings for sessions featuring Hazel Edwards, Shaun Tan, Gabrielle Wang, Tristan Bancks, Oliver Phommavanh and Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton.

Get in quick – these sessions are sure to book out. If you miss out, though, don’t worry; you can still bring your book along to be signed by your favourite author.  

Featuring

Andy Griffiths

Andy Griffiths is one of Australia’s most popular children’s authors. He and illustrator Terry Denton have collaborated on more than 33 bestselling books since their first title, Just Tricking, was published in 1997.In Australia, Andy and Terry’s books have sold over 10 million copies, won... Read more

Terry Denton

Terry Denton has been creating children’s books for over 30 years. He has worked with many of Australia’s top authors, written much-loved picture books and junior fiction novels, won more than 40 children’s choice awards and been shortlisted many times in the Children’s Book Council of ... Read more

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The Courtyard, State Library Victoria

328 Swanston Street, Melbourne Victoria 3000

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