I had another two super events this week. On Tuesday I was part of the Pageturners Festival 2015 organised by Kirklees Library Services. I had a fabulous reception from Y7 pupils at Mirfield Free Grammar & VI Form School in the morning, who put up with me banging on about books despite my sniffles and sore throat. iphone 7 purple leather case Thank you so much! You get the award for one of the best role play sessions starring a Twiglet I have ever witnessed! In the afternoon I met Y3-6 at Birkinshaw Primary. lfc iphone 7 case This was another fab school full of enthusiastic kids and engaged staff who laughed at my feeble jokes. A huge thanks to everyone involved and especially librarian Fiona who drove me from place and treated me to a salad of enormous proportions at lunchtime. I’d like to add a special thanks to Covonia for making a throat spray that keeps my voice going through these trying times! On Wednesday I pointed my car east instead of north and headed for Leicester. animal print iphone 6 case Whatever It Takes is an initiative to improve the literacy standards of pupils across Leicester. This particular Whatever It Takes event, where 5000 children get to meet authors over the course of a week, has been going for about 10 years. I was delighted to meet all the schools who participated in my sessions on the day, held at Leicester Tigers’ ground (we were not actually on the pitch, you understand – we were up in the grand hospitality suites). Thank you to everyone involved. iphone x case protector Ten out of ten for organisation and a huge WOW for ordering a special print run of Saturday Girl to give to each pupil.