Earlier this month pupils at Christ College’s St Nicholas Junior School hosted a visit from accomplished author Robin Stevens as part of her Guggenheim Mystery Book tour.
Boys and Girls from local primary Schools joined the pupils to hear an introduction to Robin’s latest book, the Guggenheim Mystery followed by a book signing session in the Dining Hall.
The Hours Bookshop kindly brought along a supply of the books. All copies of the Guggenheim Mystery sold out with Year 6, Oliver lucky enough to get the last copy!
Many thanks to Robin, Leigh & Nicky from the Hours Bookshop and also the boys and girls from visiting primary schools, Llanfaes, Cradoc, The Priory & Llangorse.
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