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4 free half-term bookshop events for kids in London

Storytelling with Yetili of Yeti Tales at Waterstones Piccadilly
On Thursday 15 February Tiny Pop invites families to join them at Waterstones Piccadilly at 2pm to enjoy a story reading with Yetili of Yeti Tales. There will be a reading from The Cat in the Hat as well as drawing and activity sheets. In addition, participants can get an opportunity to pose for photos with Yetili and enter a competition to win their height in books. Children will also receive a goodie bag, including books, a bookmark, crayons and activity sheets. Tickets are free and can be booked online.

Isadora Moon activity story time at Foyles Charing Cross Road
On Thursday 15 February at 1pm Foyles on Charing Cross Road is hosting a free children’s event with Isadora Moon author and illustrator Harriet Muncaster. Attendees can expect a story time, sparkly craft activities and fun party games. To be in with a chance of winning a special prize, children can also wear their very best Isadora Moon fairy or vampire fancy dress. The event is recommended for children aged 5 to 10, and tickets are free to book online.

Storytelling and drawing with Duncan Beedie at Waterstones Piccadilly and Waterstones Putney
Author and illustrator Duncan Beedie is hosting interactive storytime and live drawing sessions at Waterstones over half-term. At the events, participants can hear about Percy the Pigeon and his adventures in Beedie’s book The Last Chip (£6.99, Templar Publishing). The events will be held in Waterstones Piccadilly on Monday 12 February at 2pm and at Waterstones in Putney on Tuesday 13 February at 3pm.

Tiger in a Tutu craft story time at Foyles Charing Cross Road
On Friday 16 February Foyles in Charing Cross Road is hosting a children’s event with Tiger in a Tutu (£6.99, Hachette Children’s Group) author and illustrator Fabi Santiago. At the event, children can hear about a tiger’s journey to accomplish his dream, learn how to draw their own tiger, and make a cut-out puppet. The event is recommended for children aged 5 to 10, and tickets are free to book online.

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