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How to Write for Younger Readers

When:

Sun 29 Aug 2021, 2:40pm–3:40pm

Where: Tūranga Spark Place, 60 Cathedral Square, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: WORD Christchurch

How do writers create stories that our kids will love, and recognise themselves in, and be challenged by? Hear from three writers who know what they're doing when it comes to feeding young minds: picture book and junior fiction author Kyle Mewburn ("Old Huhu", "Dinosaur Rescue"); middle-grade fantasy writer Graci Kim, whose "Gifted Clans" series has been picked up by Rick Riordan in the US; and Shilo Kino, whose "Pōrangi Boy" is a finalist in this year’s children’s book awards. They chat with fellow short-listee Tania (T. K.) Roxborogh.

Please note the start time is 10 minutes later than advertised in the printed programme, to allow time for people attending the Margaret Mahy Lecture to attend both sessions.

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