09:30AM, Tuesday 31 October 2017
Youngsters got creative when the illustrator from the Horrible Science series visited Britwell and Langley libraries on Tuesday, October 24.
Tony De Saulles drew cartoons from the highly successful educational book series and invited youngsters to draw with him.
They worked slowly, line by line, learning cartoon tips and science facts and had their work signed by Tony at the end of the sessions.
About 90 children and 50 parents attended each session.
Langley Library supervisor Amrin Bhatti said: “It was a great event. The kids really loved it, were engaged and enthusiastic throughout the session.”
Tony said: “The children produced piles of mini-masterpieces, learning lots of illustration and cartooning tips.
“It's always exciting to see how different everybody's drawings turn out."
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