Kenilworth children invited to illustrate new kids’ book over half term
Kenilworth’s children are being invited to help illustrate a new children’s book over the half term holiday.
The project, organised by town bookshop Kenilworth Books and children’s author Lee Sterrey, will compile many of the submitted drawings and paintings from the children into the book, which will be published in December.
Children will also be able to meet Lee at Kenilworth Books on Wednesday October 26 from 10am and will be able to see her working on the new book.
Judy Brook of Kenilworth Books said: “We want to include as much wonderful artwork as possible, and the art of those... read more
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