MACARBE HUMOUR AND OBNOXIOUS CHILDREN

Drawing comparisons to Roald Dahl Jack Meggitt-Phillips has been highlighted as the most exciting children's book debutant in a long time. He writes grotesquely and hilariously about the youthful 511-year-old Ebenezer Tweezer, who has a beast in his attic and doesn’t really know how to be a good person. Meet Meggitt-Phillips in a conversation about humour, macabre literature and the books about The Beast and the Bethany, led by Olav Brostrup Müller.

Wednesday 1. Jun

17:00-17:50

180,–
Lillehammer bibliotek

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