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Learn all about how to make a book with award-winning illustrator Bruce Ingman and join in with his lively, interactive drawing session!

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In this exciting debate, women’s rights expert Paola Diana and Dr. Sally Hines, author of 'Is Gender Fluid?', throw open some of the crucial questions around gender and equality.

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The illustrator of Franklin and Luna go to the Moon, Katie Harnett, will be taking part in a classic game of Consequences with an illustrator twist. You can join in too with Katie and a team of illustrators.

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Children's writer Jen Campbell and illustrator Katie Harnett present their adorable new title 'Franklin and Luna go to the Moon'.

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The award-winning duo Jen Campbell and Katie Harnett will be celebrating the publication of their new book 'Franklin and Luna Go to the Moon' with a reading and some activities.

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How did ancient societies flourish in challenging monsoon Asia? How does laser scanning help us understand this? Damian Evans, co-author of the upcoming 'Angkor and the Khmer Civilization' will be at ‘New Scientist Live’ discussing his use of technology to document and analyse archaeological landscapes and understand relationships between humans and their environment.

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Join Caroline Till, author of 'Radical Matter', as she brings together a group of material innovators and designers to discuss their practice and material samples.

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Celebrated annually in Scotland’s capital, the Edinburgh International Book Festival has been running since 1983. Today it is a key event in the August Festival season with over 900 events. Here’s our top pick of the season.

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Festival: Port Eliot

26 Jul, 2018

Experience the unique festival of words, music, ideas and inspiration whilst exploring the Cornish Estate.

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Discover how ancient Greek sculpture inspired Rodin to set a radical new direction for modern art at this new, highly-acclaimed British Museum exhibition.

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