A Riddle For A King by Mark Forsyth - display packs

A Riddle For A King by Mark Forsyth - display packs

David Fickling Books are delighted to offer libraries display packs to celebrate A Riddle For A King by Mark Forsyth.

'Highly entertaining' - Guardian, praise for Mark Forsyth

'Sparkling' - Daily Telegraph, praise for Mark Forsyth

'Addictive' - The Times, praise for Mark Forsyth

About A Riddle For a King

Philo longs for freedom and adventure, and he most certainly gets it when he lands in the strangest of lands: a place where nothing makes sense, a place packed with riddles and paradoxes. Will Philo ever make it home? Will he make sense of the conundrums that litter his path? An addictive, delightfully bamboozling story sure to thrill and intrigue puzzle-loving readers.

Each pack will include:

  • A poster
  • Postcards
  • Bunting

This is one pack per public library. If you are ordering more than one pack (to disperse to other libraries in your region) you need to also email Kimberley.Sheehan@readingagency.org.uk to notify him of the individual library names that the packs will be used at. Alternatively, you can do individual orders for each library in the shop.

You can order the packs until Thursday 5 September but they may sell out before this date.

Please note, if you order a pack you are agreeing to use the materials within your library and to share photos of the group using them on social media tagging @DFB_storyhouse and @readingagency.

You will need to send feedback of how you used the provided materials by 23 October. Please do not order the pack if you cannot commit to this. If you do not provide feedback then this may affect your orders in the future.

The publisher will be dispatching your resources. They will receive a dispatch list with your contact name and work address (which you give) for delivery. They will only deliver the pack requested and the dispatch list will then be deleted after the packs have been sent.

Sold out.

The Reading Agency

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