Avid readers and aspiring writers would do well to attend a Morning with Jacqueline Wilson in Brighton on Sunday the 10th May, where the globally best-selling author will talk about her latest book; The Butterfly Club and answer questions about her own books and finding inspiration for writing.
Writing can be a magical way to inspire your creative side, as many of us have a story that they are just dying to get out. With the help of professional authors such as Jacqueline Wilson, we can inspire younger children to encourage them to write more, improving both their reading comprehension, their imagination and their literacy just through the creative art of writing.
Jacqueline Wilson is well known for having a plethora of interesting, 3-dimensional and relatable characters that also have quirky, yet ultimately human flaws within them. None is more famous than the infamous Tracey Beaker, as Wilson’s books have a method of dealing with very adult issues in a way that children can understand and empathise with.
In a world where many children are shielded from harsh truths by parents unable to quite explain in words, Jacqueline Wilson has a magical way of transforming these heart wrenching stories into plain English, helping our children to understand the plights of those less fortunate than ourselves. This is endlessly helpful for children going through such problems and creates likable, human characters that we can go on wonderful – yet entirely plausible – adventures with.
Hire a coach to the Brighton Dome Concert Hall this Sunday to experience a morning with Jacqueline Wilson, perfect for kids of all ages.