Frank Cottrell Boyce at the Southbank Centre
Frank Cottrell Boyce will bring his story of a Bootle schoolgirl and her friendship with two Mongolian brothers to the heart of London this month when he appears at the Southbank Centre to talk about The Unforgotten Coat, which he kindly wrote for The Reader Organisation for this year's Our Read campaign.
Frank will read excerpts from the book and talk about his inspiration for writing it and his love of storytelling, as well as answering questions from the audience - so if you want to know more about this brilliant book then why not go down and ask the man himself!
The event takes place at 6.30pm on Tuesday 29 November in London's Southbank Centre, and is suitable for ages ten and over. Tickets cost £8 - you can find more information here.
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