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An Hour of Books and Magic with Gareth Ward

When:

Mon 2 Sep 2019, 4:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Timeout Bookshop, 432 Mt Eden Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Join us at our special after school event as we host Gareth Ward - magician, storyteller, bookseller and author as he celebrates the launch of The Clockill and the Thief.

This is a great event for kids aged 10 to 15. We will have staff on hand to look after your book loving child, so feel free to drop them off and pick them up afterwards. (Perhaps in time to pick up a copy of one of Gareth’s books!)

About the author:
Gareth Ward, a.k.a. The Great Wardini is a magician, hypnotist, storyteller, bookseller and author. He has worked as a Royal Marine Commando, Police Officer, Evil Magician and Zombie. He basically likes jobs where you get to wear really cool hats – as writer and compere of Napier City’s inaugural Steampunk murder mystery evening he wore a rather splendid bowler.

His first novel ,The Traitor and the Thief, a rip-roaring young adult Steampunk adventure, won the 2016 Storylines Tessa Duder Award, the 2018 Sir Julius Vogel Award for Best Youth Novel, a 2018 Storylines Notable Book Award and was a finalist in two categories at The New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.

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