Focus Event: Build a Brilliant Brain with Nicola Morgan

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13th October, 2022 - 17:00 pm to 18:00 pm
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To mark the publication of her latest book for young people Ten Ways to Build a Brilliant Brain, join award-winning author Nicola Morgan in conversation with CLPE Librarian Phoebe Demeger, in which Nicola will share her expert advice on how to look after your brain and help it to be the best that it can be.

This fun and practical guide, written in informative and accessible language and with illustrations by Risa Rodil, breaks down ten key areas in which we can best look after our brains, from growing brain connections, getting a good night’s sleep, staying curious, and much more. Suitable for students in Upper Key Stage Two or starting Key Stage Three who wish to feel positive about their learning and well-being.

There will be an opportunity to partake in an audience Q&A with Nicola. More details sent upon booking your place. 

We have partnered with Peters to offer an exclusive 30% discount on all of Nicola Morgan's books, including Ten Ways to Build a Brilliant Brain, throughout October. More details shared with participants at the event. 

 

This event is delivered via Zoom. Once you have secured your place, you will receive a confirmation email detailing how to join the session. If you have any issues, please email [email protected]

 

About Nicola Morgan:

Nicola Morgan is an award-winning writer of fiction and non-fiction and expert in the teenage brain and mental health – she is often known as The Teenage Brain Woman and travels widely, giving talks all over the world. She has won several awards, including Scottish Children’s Book of the Year twice for her novels for young people. In 2018 she was awarded the School Library Association’s prestigious award for Outstanding Contribution to Information Books. In non-fiction, she has written about teenage brains, stress, peer pressure and friendships, human behaviour, life online, body image and sleep. Find out more on her website www.nicolamorgan.com