Jacqueline Wilson at Wimbledon Bookfest Wimbledon Common 11 October, 5:15pm One of Britain’s favourite children’s authors joins Wimbledon Bookfest to introduce the new sequel in her Tracy Beaker series. Adults £15, children £12.50. www.wimbledon

The Paninis of Pompeii Wimbledon Common 6 October, 11am Join fart-trader Caecilius, his wife, Vesuvius, and their ten year-old son, Filius, in a bizarre world of accidental gladiators, pizza-emitting volcanoes and the legendary Ma-wol-n-f. It’s Toga-lly Terriffic! Running time 1 hour. Suitable for ages 6+. Tickets £10. www.wimbledon

Spiders aren’t so scary! Morden Hall Park 12 and 19 October, 5-7pm Join the nature group to see some of the fascinating spiders at the park and learn more with themed activities. Adults £5, children £3. morden-hall-park/

Nell Gifford & Tweedy the Clown Wimbledon Common 12 October, 10:30am Nell introduces her new picture book and gives a fascinating insight into the circus. Join them at Wimbledon Bookfest. Tickets £10. www.wimbledon

One Springy Day Wimbledon Common 6 October, 11:30am As part of Wimbledon Bookfest, Nick Butterworth will talk about his new book One Springy Day which sees Percy and his animal friends taking part in a game of hide and seek with some unexpected consequences! Running time 1 hr. Suitable for ages 4+. Tickets £10. www.wimbledon

Supertato at Wimbledon Bookfest Wimbledon Common 12 October, 12-1pm Supertato and his old gang are back and this time they are joined by a new friend, Cake. Find out more about their fun‑filled stories in this mad-capped interactive performance. Running time 1 hr. Suitable for ages 5+. Tickets £10. www.wimbledon

Meet the Moomins at Wimbledon Bookfest Wimbledon Common 13 October, 12:15pm Polka Theatre’s Moomin puppets have come out of hibernation especially to say hello! Enjoy a one‑on‑one experience meeting these beloved creatures and listen to some classic Moomin stories inspired by Tove Jansson’s celebrated books. Running time 1 hr. Suitable for ages 3+. Tickets £10. www.wimbledon

Chris Riddell at Wimbledon Bookfest Wimbledon Common 13 October, 10:30am Join the former Children’s Laureate writer and illustrator, Chris Riddell, as he introduces his new series. Guardians of Magic follows the adventures of three ordinary children with extraordinary gifts who come together to defeat the enemies which threaten them. Running time 1 hr. Suitable for ages 7+. Adults $15, children £12.50. www.wimbledon

Konie Huq at Wimbledon Bookfest Wimbledon Common 13 October, 10:45am TV personality Konnie Huq introduces her book about a science-obsessed 9‑year old, Cookie. Running time 1 hr. Suitable for ages 6+. Tickets £10. www.wimbledon


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