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An unmissable virtual event for your pupils to see Ross MacKenzie, award-winning author of magical adventure stories, The Colour of Hope, Evernight and The Nowhere Emporium.
Ross will be talking about his latest book, The Colour of Hope, a powerful adventure of a world purged of colour by an evil Emperor and the remarkable girl who might just be able to restore light and brightness to a drab, grey empire.
The idea for this book came to Ross during lockdown when a lot of simple pleasures disappeared. The dark, colourless world he was experiencing in real life focussed the concept of this new story in his imagination. The story looks at themes of friendship, loss, betrayal and bravery, but at its very heart is hope.
Hear how he creates his immensely likeable characters and vivid fantasy worlds.
There will be time at the end for pupils to ask Ross their burning questions.
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When: Wednesday 22 June 2022
Who: Primary and Secondary schools and home educators
Platform (digital event): Microsoft Teams
Cost: Fully funded
Audience: P6–S1 (ages 9–12). Older or younger audiences may apply.
Deadline: Friday 17 June, 12 noon
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