Kate Wiseman - Gangster School - Gruffles and the Killer Sheep
Saturday 31 August
Venue: Hastings Library
14.00 to 15.30
Tickets: Free but all children must be accompanied by an adult and tickets must be booked in advance
Listen to author Kate Wiseman read from soon-to-be-released Gangster School 3: Gruffles and the Killer Sheep.
- Draw and write about your own villain!
- Design a new disguise for Blaggard’s criminal academy extensive disguise department.
- The best ones and their designers will feature in the next Gangster School book.
- No useful criminal knowledge will be imparted during this session. Honest!
Session free but booking required and children must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 8+
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Kate is a children’s writer. She lives in Saffron Walden with her husband, her son (when he’s home from university) and three neurotic cats. One of her cats, Maisie, is actually a ghost cat now, but Kate still talks to her every day.
Kate was a late developer. Before going to university at the age of 38 to study creative writing, she did lots of different jobs ranging from working in a library to promotions work. She also has a Masters in English Literature, which she took while she was trying to gather the courage to write children’s fiction.
Kate writes about Blaggard’s School for Tomorrow’s Tyrants, the world’s best school for trainee criminals. The idea for Blaggard’s originated with her son, who used to say that when he grew up he wanted to be an evil genius.