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Courtesy of Booked at North Adelaide, 81 O'Connell Street,
If you enjoy reading new books, meeting similar minded book lovers and listening to authors talk about their life experiences and discussing their latest novel, then you are in-store for some fascinating events during March and April.
Kate Forsyth is a internationally bestselling author of more than twenty books. She has been published in 13 different countries and has won or has been nominated for several literary awards. Her books include the adult novels The Witches of Eileanan and Rhiannon's Ride; her children's books include The Puzzle Ring, The Gypsy Crown and Starthorn Tree.
Kate Forsyth's latest novel The Wild Child tells the story of Dortchen Wild growing up in Hessee-Cassel, Germany, next door to the Grimm Brothers. Dortchen shared with Wilhelm some of the most commanding and exciting stories that comprise Grimm's fairy tales.
The Wild Child by Kate Forsyth.
Unley Libraries at Unley Town Hall Rear, 181 Unley Road, Unley When: 7.30pm Monday, 25 March, 2013 Cost: Gold coin - includes light refreshment.
Enjoy a glass of champagne on arrival & cake/fruit
platter with tea and coffee after Margareta's talk.
Booked at North Adelaide has been regularly liaising with libraries to present literary events like Meet the Author for sometime.
If you have yet to visit this wonderful little bookshop it is well worth checking out their large range of books and their interesting range of designer stationery (cards, posters, journals, stickers from eg Lalaland, Marj-Leena and the World of Littles.
You will find all the staff are friendly, passionate readers and if they don't have the book you want they are happy to track it down for you.
At present they have a special offer for 10 books by Julia Donaldson for only $50.00, which includes The Gruffalo.