Amanda Prowse - The Smile That Went A Mile 02/10/21
Amanda Prowse - The Smile That Went A Mile 02/10/21
Amanda Prowse - The Smile That Went A Mile 02/10/21
Amanda Prowse - The Smile That Went A Mile 02/10/21
Max Minerva's Marvellous Books

Amanda Prowse - The Smile That Went A Mile 02/10/21

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Join us for our first in store event in 18 months! The multi-million selling author Amanda Prowse and illustrator Paul Ward-Smith will be reading from and having fun with their new children's picture book, The Smile That Went A Mile.

Event Date: Saturday 2nd October 2021

Time: 10am, 10:45am, 11:30am

Cost: £2

Each session will last for 30 minutes.

The ticket price is redeemable against the purchase of The Smile That Went A Mile.

Parents, due to the limited space in our shop and the continued need for a degree of social distancing, it would be very helpful if you could wait outside during the sessions. Thank you for your understanding.

 
About the book

When Emily smiled at Mrs Simpson on the way to school, she had no idea what would happen next . . . Find out in The Smile That Went A Mile, the warm and friendly book that shows how just one person being kind can make everyone's day better. This charming picture book is perfect for reading aloud or for small children to read by themselves, time and time again. Destined to become a classic that can be enjoyed across the generations, this beautiful book is perfect for little hands. 


About the authors

Amanda Prowse is an International Bestselling author whose twenty seven novels, seven short stories and recent non-fiction, autobiographical book, have been published worldwide in dozens of languages. Amanda's ambition is to create stories that keep people from turning the bedside lamp off at night, great characters that ensure you take every step with them and tales that fill your head so you can't possibly read another book until the memory fades...

Paul Ward-Smith lives in Kent with his wife, son and his old pal Tonka the dog. His work is nostalgic and traditional, using pencil crayon and ink to provoke memories of messages and scenarios most parents and children can associate with. Paul’s personality, imagination and love for storytelling is apparent throughout his work.

 


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