Author of 18 children's books, Andrew Daddo, will be making appearances in the Clarence Valley on Wednesday, May 21 as part of Library and Information Week.
Author of 18 children's books, Andrew Daddo, will be making appearances in the Clarence Valley on Wednesday, May 21 as part of Library and Information Week.

TV personality and author heads to the Clarence

AUTHOR and television personality, Andrew Daddo, is visiting Maclean and Grafton for one day in Library and Information Week.

Mr Daddo will visit the new Sir Earle Page Library and Education Centre in Grafton on Wednesday, May 21 and is to speak about his writing and television work to school groups. 

Mr Daddo has written 18 children's books which include titles such as "Skoz the dog", "Monster" "The Aussie Christmas Book" and "Letters to Santa". 

For the past 24 years, Andrew has worked primarily as a TV presenter, has a regular column in Australian Golf Digest and Sydney's Sun-Herald.

Two years ago he discovered radio and presented the Evening Program for Sydney's 702ABC Radio, and hosted summer afternoons on 2UE.

The main public event will be in Maclean for an author talk on Wednesday, May 21 at the Maclean Bowling Club.

The doors open at 5.30pm, with time for a drink and a nibble before Mr Daddo speaks about his writing and the importance of reading to children.

Library and Information Week is a celebration of library and information professionals across the country.

For more information about attending the author talk at Maclean Bowling Club and to book your place, please contact Maclean Library by visiting, phoning, website or Facebook.
 



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