Mountains to the Sea: Monster Book Lunch

Spread the word! Last year’s author lunch was fun times for all (in its Bubblegum Bash incarnation), this year’s promises to be even more exciting. Basically a chance for kids and teens to sit around yapping to writers. And there is food. *fondly recalls the chicken nuggets*

Monster Book Lunch – Sat 11th September
Sponsored by Walker Books, to celebrate their 30th birthday

Does your child or teen love books and talking about books? Then this is the event for you – a fantastic literary lunch for young readers, with an author or illustrator at every table!

Fifteen authors will host fifteen different tables, and one of those tables has your name on it (don’t worry, you’ll get to meet all the authors!).

Meet and chat to KATE DICAMILLO and a host of other authors and illustrators:
Sarah Webb
Niamh Sharkey
P J Lynch
Gordon Snell
Mary Murphy
Kevin Waldron
Chris Haughton
Kate di Camillo
Tommy Donbavand
Michael Emberley
Judi Curtin
Joe O’Brien
Don Conroy
Marita Conlon McKenna
Sarah Rees Brennan
Claire Hennessy
and last but certainly not least, Oisin McGann

Every young reader will go home with a goody bag and there will be a bookshop on site to buy signed copies of all the authors’ books.

Time: 12 to 3.15
Venue: Royal St George Yacht Club, Seafront, Dun Laoghaire
Cost: e15 children e20 adults
Recommended age: 9+
(Children under 9 must be accompanied by an adult.)
Tickets are strictly limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Booking: 01 2312929 or book online at

About clairehennessy

Writer (mostly YA fiction), creative writing teacher, tea drinker, book junkie. View all posts by clairehennessy

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