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Alice Eclair, Spy Extroardinaire Author Event at Aberystwyth Waterstones

Start Date: 16 September 2023
Start Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Aberystwyth Waterstones, 27 Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 1DE
Price: Free

Aberystwyth Waterstones are thrilled to welcome the brilliant Sarah Todd Taylor for the launch of “Alice Eclair, Spy Extraordinaire: A Sprinkling of Danger,” the latest instalment in her thrilling series.

A local bestseller in children’s fiction, this event is perfect for young readers aged 8+ who love mystery and adventure, akin to fans of Robin Stevens’ “Murder Most Unladylike” and M.G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman’s “Adventures on Trains” series.

Sarah Todd Taylor previously graced us at the Gwyl Crime Cymru Festival, representing children’s crime writing. Her other popular series, “Max The Detective Cat,” is another store favourite.

About the Book

“Alice Eclair, Spy Extraordinaire: A Sprinkling of Danger” follows the daring adventures of Alice Eclair, a young spy extraordinaire, as she takes on another action-packed mission full of danger and intrigue.

This is a children’s event that’s open to all and free of charge. No booking is required; just come and immerse yourself in storytelling and book signing.

Your family can enjoy squash and cake while spending a delightful afternoon with Sarah Todd Taylor and her captivating tales.

We think this is a fab event that lets young readers experience the excitement of mystery and espionage as they embark on an unforgettable journey with “Alice Eclair, Spy Extraordinaire.” Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the author, delve into thrilling stories, and create cherished memories. We can’t wait to see you there!

At a Glance

Indoor Event
OK for ages 8+
Drop in Event

Looking for more Fun Family Friendly Events and Activities visit Our What’s On in West Wales page and if you’re up for a family road trip you’ll want to check out our Family Events Worth Travelling to page


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