Author M.G. Vaciago to Visit

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Big Little Voice: Colours the Grey : M.G. Vaciago: Amazon.co.uk: Books

We are excited to announce that author of the acclaimed Big Little Voice® book series, is visiting Wormley Primary during Antibullying Week. On 18th November,  M.G. Vaciago will be sharing her highly successful book,  Big Little Voice® Colours the Grey, through a series of interactive talks with the children of Key Stage 2 .  Using her experience as a volunteer for the antibullying charity, Kidscape, M.G. will use the book’s message to empower the children to understand that there is a powerful, positive inner voice inside us all – we just need a little help to find it!

To ensure the message stays with the children, there will be an opportunity for families to purchase signed and gift wrapped  copies of Big Little Voice® Colours the Grey.  Ordering details will be sent to all parents very soon.

Big Little Voice® Colours the Grey was recently praised by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge who wrote a letter to the author earlier this year.