Annet Schaap: Lampie
Annet Schaap talks with Emma Carroll (Letters from the Lighthouse) about her prize-winning novel, shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal.
Every evening Lampie the lighthouse keeper’s daughter must light a lantern to warn ships away from the rocks. But one stormy night disaster strikes. The lantern goes out, a ship is wrecked, and an adventure begins. Dive into a world of mermaids and pirates with Dutch author Annet Schaap as she talks with Emma Carroll (Letters from the Lighthouse) about her prize-winning novel, shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal.
- Date: Mon 5 Oct
- Time: 8:00am - 8:40am
- The Den (Digital);
- Age Recommendation: Family 10+ Secondary 11+;
- Available to view free until 31 December 2020
- The event will be live streamed here: https://cheltenhamliteraturefestival.com/events/annet-schaap-lampie/
About the author(s)
Annet Schaap (1965) is best known in the Netherlands as the author of the critically acclaimed children's book Lampje (2016). She is also known as the illustrator for successful authors such as Francine Oomen, Jacques Vriens and Janneke Schotveld. After studying at two art schools, she has illustrated around two...
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