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Bath Festival of Children's Literature

The Bath Festival of Children's Literature (also known as Bath Kids' Lit Fest and abbreviated to BKLF) is an annual book festival held in [1] as well as events at local schools in the central week.[2]

The Festival has been organised by John and Gill McLay since its creation in 2008. The Festival's two major sponsors are The Daily Telegraph and Waterstone's, though various literary and local groups also sponsor it.[3]

The Festival has attracted a wealth of popular and talented guests, including the Children's Laureate Michael Rosen, Michael Morpurgo, Jacqueline Wilson, Harry Hill, Meg Cabot and Axel Scheffler.

References

  1. ^ "Whats On". Bath Festival of Children's Literature. 
  2. ^ "Diary & Dates: Visit by Stuart Hill".  
  3. ^ "Festival Friends". Bath Festival of Children's Literature. 

External links

  • Official website


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