Welcome to all the latest news from ALBERT the tortoise and our friends Hugg ‘n’ Bugg..
Lots to say so we will get stuck in..
We had fun dressing our local library window to mark the Reading Agency Summer Reading Challenge.. it’s a sporty theme this year to encourage youngsters to read during the school holidays. So we got all Albert’s pals involved.. a skipping T Rex, football frog, tennis tortoise, rugby dinosaur.. it was all action. Please do suppoer YOUR libraries.
The Buzz around the new Albert board book continues.. we did some more posing with a sample edition. It is all very exciting..
The ALBERT and his Friends board book aimed at 0-3 years officially launches on August 22 – but you can order now from our shop here at the website or from here
The Board Book has also been making headlines in City Matters magazine…
Our latest picturebook ALBERT AND THE POND has also been making its own headlines..
Thanks to Preneur World Magazine.. and also to Sloan Magazine for their piece on picturebook ALBERT IN THE AIR…
With all our books adding up a bit.. some new art was created to help us keep everyone up to date.. we love it. And we arte SO proud. We can’t thank everyone enough for all the support we receive.
Our school holidays bookshops tour has grown again .. adding a new date..
This is where to look out for us with our ALBERT the otrtoise and Hugg ‘n’ Bugg picturebooks malarkey.. Storytelling, book signing, tortoises, yetis, dinosaurs and giveaways …
Friday July 28 11:30am Waterstone’s Bury St Edmunds, Butter Market, Suffolk
Saturday July 29 11am Woodbridge Books, Woodbridge, Suffolk
Saturday August 19 – 3pm – Southwold Books, Southwold, Suffolk
Tuesday August 22 – 11:30am – Waterstone’s Bluewater shopping centre, Kent
Wednesday August 23 – 11:30am Waterstone’s Maidstone, Kent
Thursday August 24 11:30am Waterstone’s Orpington, Kent
Wednesday August 30 – 11am Waterstone’s Truro, Cornwall
Friday September 1 11am Ivybridge Bookshop, Ivybridge, Devon
It’s all very exciting indeed…
Thank you all.
More news soon.
Til next time …