Wonderfest

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Online, Friday 20th November - Sunday 22nd November

Celebrating Irish children’s books, WonderFest is a brand new digital book festival for families and schools, boasting 28 events with over 60 artists!

WonderFest will kick off with a full day of school events and workshops on Friday 20 Nov, followed by a fun-filled weekend for story-loving children aged 0-12 on Sat 21 & Sun 22 Nov, packed with all kinds of creative events for the whole family to enjoy together from the comfort of their own homes.

The festival features a wealth of Irish talent including Eoin Colfer, Oliver Jeffers, Laureate na nÓg Áine Ní Ghlinn, Derek Landy, Paul Howard & Gordon D’Arcy, Judi Curtin, Chris Judge, Chris Haughton, Mary Murphy, Peter Donnelly, and many more.

All events are live (with some pre-recorded elements) – giving children all over Ireland (and the world!) the chance to interact with favourite writers and illustrators, and to engage with new Irish children’s books published during 2020.


Date:
Friday 20th November - Sunday 22nd November
Time:
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