There will be a whole range of arts events at the MK Arts Week, from 30th September – 8th October 2017. Find out more by clicking this link (tickets available online). Author and filmmaker Jonathan White will be presenting at the Children’s Art Day on the 1st October 2017. This will be held at the Summerlin Community centre in Woburn Sands. Tickets on sale for £3 (or £10 for access to all the day’s events). He will be providing an introduction to his children’s novel The Secret on the Second Shelf and also presenting his short film, No Such Thing as Monsters (adapted from the book).
On the 4th October there will be a film festival at the MK11 sports bar, Kiln Farm – 6:30pm – 9:30pm. Entry is for adults only, with tickets at £5. This will include a number of short films produced by graduates of the Met Film School (London), including Milton Keynes local, Jonathan White’s short – No Such Thing As Monsters.
Got a question to ask about The Secret on the Second Shelf, or the short film (adapted from the book) – No Such Thing As Monsters? You can now post your questions direct to the author on the website and get an answer within 24 hours! You can also add your own answers, or comment on other peoples questions/answers.
Just visit the new “Questions & Answers” section from the main menu on top.
Whether you’ve read the book, or not, just let me know what’s on your mind!
Thanks to Giffard Park Primary School in Milton Keynes who I visited in June. I met with years 5 & 6 and was lucky enough to share more about The Secret on the Second Shelf and present my short film, No Such Thing As Monsters. Click here to read more on Giffard Park’s website.
A big thank you to Great Linford Primary School who I visited in Milton Keynes today. I was able to talk a little about The Secret on the Second Shelf with years 4, 5 and 6. Thanks for all the great questions! You can read more about my visit on the schools website – click here.