The Lost Words Book Signing

Image Credit: Christopher Jelley

Number Seven 7 The High Street Dulverton Somerset TA22 9HB

01398 324457

Thursday 25 October 2018
11am - 4pm
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm
No Need to Book

It has been an astonishing year for Jackie Morris since her last visit to Number Seven Dulverton and we are delighted that she is able to join us to celebrate The Lost Words' first birthday.

The response has been quite astounding and both Robert Macfarlane and Jackie are quite overwhelmed by the public's embrace and desire to keep the lost words of nature very much alive in our children's vocabulary and landscape. This enthusiasm has inspired individuals and communities throughout the country to raise funds via crowdsourcing so that copies of The Lost Words can be found in every school library in their region, Somerset and Devon are two of the most recent to join 'The Lost Words' Movement.' 

'The book was made with love and hope, and I think it has been received in the same way: with hope, with love. ' Jackie Morris 

Jackie will be resident by the fireside in 'the kitchen' at Number Seven and will of course sign copies of her titles for you, of which there are many, she is quite the prolific creative. We highly recommend ordering or reserving copies beforehand to avoid disappointment although of course there will be stock available to purchase on the day. A full list of her titles can be found on our website.

We do hope you can join us it promises to be a wonderful day.

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