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The second annual Scribblers Festival brought another year of eyes lit up in wonder, hands raised with a jolt of enthusiasm and ideas that spilled from every corner of the imagination, and from all across Western Australia.

From 8-12 May 2019, 25 children’s book authors and illustrators from Australia and around the world, planted seeds of inspiration in the minds of 15,000 children, grown-ups and everyone in between. In the lead up to next year’s Festival, young creatives can look forward to events happening all year round, like our special school session with Treehouse giant Andy Griffiths. Don’t miss out on the next opportunity to celebrate the magic of storytelling with us: Join our mailing list, follow us on social media.

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Make curiosity part of your curriculum. Learn about Scribblers Festival just for schools, including our Online Teachers' Lounge, which will be brimming with tools.
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ABOUT

We launched our inaugural Scribblers Festival in May 2018 to nearly 10,000 wide-eyed kids, parents, and teachers. Learn more about who we are, why we're here, and how we celebrate the magic of storytelling.

WHAT'S ON

Andy Griffiths
Listen to  Andy Griffiths chat to our teen podcaster, Gabe Kaye about robotic battles, inspirational pets and the power of the 'butt' joke. Visit our Watch & Listen page for more fun interviews from this year's Festival. Podcasts are available on Soundcloud

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