I was so fortunate to have Dominic from St Benedict’s College, come and play the bagpipes for the launch of Polly’s Piralympics. I am sure it made Polly and Captain Hake feel quite at home to have a little bit of Scotland on South African soil.
And he was brilliant!
It was fantastic seeing so many authors at my book launch supporting me. Thank you all so much for turning out and being there.
So lets take a look at them shall we?
Wow that’s a fair few authors for a kids book launch. Thank you one and all.
During the launch of Polly’s Paralympics, there was plenty to occupy the kids, with readings, a pirate fancy dress, treasure hunt and taking Polly home.
In the end they were all so good, that no-one went home without a prize
This was followed by the treasure hunt, and again there were Doubloons aplenty.
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Polly had brought along a lot of her friends pictures for the kids to colour in.
The youngsters where treated to not only a reading from Polly’s Piralympics but also able to colour in and take home their own balancing parrot.
And then there were more parrots
As the kids arrived they were given their pirate tattoo from First Mate, Auntie Margaret, Crew Mate Auntie Anica or Crew Mate Auntie Soraya.
No-one went home empty handed
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I would like to thank everyone who helped me get my book to launch stage.
Without you all my book would never have gotten this far.