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Walk with the Author Event at Number Seven

PUBLISHED: 09:18 22 April 2014 | UPDATED: 09:18 22 April 2014

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Number Seven in Dulverton presents a walk and talk with the creator of a new book.

East of the Sun, West of the Moon is a beautiful, mysterious story of love, loyalty and above all, freedom. Jackie Morris has magically retold and sensitively updated this traditional fairy tale. Accompanied by her distinctive water colours and suitable for readers age nine and upwards this book has been embraced by many adult readers. Join the shop for an evening stroll with the book’s author, discuss her work, hear her read and then head back to Number Seven for a supper straight from the pages of the book.

The walk will depart from outside the shop at 7pm and venture into the nearby woods of Dulverton. The ticket price for this event is £20 which includes supper and also a copy of East of the Sun, West of the Moon which Jackie will sign for you during the evening. To keep this event magical and informal numbers are to be kept limited. Older children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. For those of you that may already own a copy of East of the Sun, West of the Moon, you will receive £10 in credit to spend on Jackie’s other titles, of which there are many to choose from.

For tickets and details contact Number Seven on 01398 324457

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