Book Camp London
Book Camp London offers fun and creative workshops over five days for children ages 10-15. The camp, inspired by similar ventures in other communities, connects children to professionals in the world of children’s literature.
Authors, illustrators and other experts educate, motivate and mentor the campers. The students' writing and illustrating skills are developed, their knowledge of careers in literature increases and they continue to develop an interest in learning opportunities outside the formal classroom. For more information please contact Sarah at email@example.com
“My favorite part of Book Camp was all the friends that I made through our shared love of books and the positivity that came from it.” - Book Camper
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“My favorite part of Book Camp was the authors talking about what they see as the most important concepts in writing. Their different ideas help develop my writing.” - Book Camper
“My favorite part is that everyone got to experience different ways of expressing themselves through either illustrating or writing.” - Book Camper
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We are super excited to announce that the keynote speaker will be Newbery Medal-winning Christopher Paul Curtis!
Some of the other amazing authors that will be providing workshops are Judy Ann Sadler, Leslie Grant, Brian McLachlan, Casey Lyall and Heather Smith! It is sure to be an exciting week!
We are also excited to partner with Exodus Escape Rooms. On our field trip day, we will get to use our imagination and work through the story in one of their escape rooms!
Book Camp 2018 will be held August 13 to 17 at the Central Branch of London Public Library.
Book Camp London 2017
Book Camp London 2017 was held August 14th to 18th at the Central Branch of the London Public Library.The campers workshops by seven authors, a trip to Museum London, a scavenger hunt, games and more!
Book Camp London 2016
Book Camp London 2016 was held August 8th to 12th at the Central Branch of the London Public Library.
The campers enjoyed workshops presented by published authors, a library scavenger hunt, performing play excerpts, creating friendships, working on their writing and art pieces, a field trip to Museum London and much more.
A lot of fun was had and many campers at the end of the week were saying that they could hardly wait until next year's camp!