Superstar of children's literature, Jacqueline Wilson, will take to the stage at the Museum of London Docklands to talk about her most recent novel.
Jacqueline Wilson is a prolific author who has published over 100 books throughout her illustrious career. She is perhaps best known for penning Hetty Feather, which was recently extensively explored through an exhibition at the Foundling Museum.
Wave Me Goodbye is her latest book. Set during World War Two, the story follows the adventures of heroine Shirley, a ten-year-old girl from the East End. Shirley finds herself evacuated to the countryside after the outbreak of war. She must adapt to the new conditions of day-to-day life under the jurisdiction of her new guardian, the reclusive Mrs. Waverly.
The writer will deliver a 45-minute talk, offering a rare insight into her inspirations and creative process. There will be a question and answer session afterwards, where the author will answer any and all enquiries from audience members. The new paperback edition of Wave Me Goodbye will be available to purchase on the day – and Jacqueline just might be signing copies.
Jacqueline Wilson, Museum of London Docklands
|What||Jacqueline Wilson, Museum of London Docklands|
Museum of London Docklands
West India Quay, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4AL | MAP
|Nearest tube||Canary Wharf (underground)|
On 10 Mar 18, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
|Price||£To Be Confirmed|
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