Author opens Royston school library

PUBLISHED: 17:27 09 May 2013

Paul Geraghty opens Studlands Rise School library

Paul Geraghty opens Studlands Rise School library


AUTHOR Paul Geraghty officially opened a school’s new library.

Mr Geraghty, a children’s author and illustrator whose books include Slobcat, Solo, The Hunter, The Hoppameleon, Monty’s Journey and Look out, Patrick! cut the ribbon on the library at Studlands Rise school in Royston.

He visited the school as part of its book week, an during his stay worked with groups of children, sharing his books and showing how he illustrates them. He presented the school with the drawings that he produced during the day.

Headteacher Jan Cooper said: “The children thoroughly enjoyed working with Paul and learned a great deal from him.

“They had great fun and later enjoyed the writing and illustrating experience for themselves.”


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