Storytime: Between Night and Day

7 October, 2:30 pm

1 hourFREE

Storytelling | Environment & Nature

Storytime: Between Night and Day

Oxfordshire County Library, Queen Street, Westgate, OX1 1DJ

Join author and illustrator Sean Julian for an exciting story time session, including read-a-long and drawing activities! Between Night and Day: When Pongo the orangutan and Bulu the bat meet, they strike up an unlikely friendship and each gets to see the world from the other’s point of view.

Suitable for under 7s. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

This event takes place in the Children’s Library. There is no need to book.

Sean Julian studied Illustration at Bristol, the city where he still lives. During a long and successful career he has worked as both author and illustrator for a wide variety of publishers.

Sean’s book Between Night and Day can be purchased at the event or at

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Oxfordshire County Library, OX1 1DJ