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Katharine Orton

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February 12

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Storytale Festival - 24th-28th October

Bristol’s very own Storytale Festival has gone online this year and is running a series of fabulous, short and free recorded events for children of all ages – from pre-schoolers to teens. So whether you’d like to start your own adventure story with yours truly, use writing prompts to think about the stories that aren’t being told and create wonderful characters with poet Malaika Kegode, or craft y

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Start Your Own Adventure Story with Katharine Orton - for Storytale Festival
October 25, 2020 03:00PM
online at https://www.storytalefestival.com/whats-on/, GB

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I've been trying to think how I can express how much I loved this book and to be honest I'm still stumped. It's one of those rare and beautiful novels that lingers on and on in your mind and I'm sure I'll go on thinking about it. That's something so ...more
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My son (6) chose this book for himself and adored it. He's been leafing through and telling us all meteor facts ever since. A lovely book to read together.
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A truly powerful, heart breaking and inspiring memoir that culminates in the formation and early days of the Black Lives Matter movement. Absolutely everyone should read this.
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“Something vast moved beneath them. Lina didn't want to look. But something inside her demanded it. She glanced down. A huge, round eye stared back.”
Katharine Orton, Nevertell

“A whisper hung in the air. It felt as if it had grown there, like a piece of fruit, rather than having been spoken. "Nevertell…”
Katharine Orton, Nevertell

“Hardly anyone got past the outer fence. Those who did... if the cold didn't get them, or the lack of food, then the wolves would. Or, if you believed that sort of thing, the spirits.”
Katharine Orton, Nevertell




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