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A Little, Aloud for Children at Just So Festival

Written by The Reader, 24th July 2013

just so festival logoA Little, Aloud for Children will be going on an adventure this summer to the wild woodlands of Cheshire, where we'll be Telling Tales tucked away in the heart of the forest...

The Reader Organisation will be heading down to the Just So Festival 2013 on Saturday 17th August and we'll be sharing stories from A Little, Aloud for Children in special family storytelling sessions throughout the day.

ALittleAloud for Children cover onlineJust So Festival is a weekend-long festival aimed at children, young people and their families, promising three jam-packed days full of imagination, magic and fun. The natural environment of the festival allows kids to experience the arts freely and safely, while there's lots for adults to enjoy too. Over the three days, the festival will feature a broad range of musical, theatrical, visual and aural performances, workshops and installations, with creativity around every corner of the campsite for families to discover and delight in.

On Saturday 17th, we'll be in the 'Telling Tales' area of the festival campsite reading A Little, Aloud for Children to little and big kids alike. Come and find us for a magical adventure!

For more information about the festival, ticketing and full line-up, see the Just So Festival website. You can also keep up with what’s happening in the run-up to the festival on Just So’s Twitter and Facebook pages.

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You can also now buy your copy of A Little, Aloud for Children on The Reader Organisation's new look website. Haven't got yours yet? What are you waiting for? Head to our Anthologies section to snap one up - and don't forget to come back to the blog to tell us what you thought!

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