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Michael Morpurgo To Headline Cardiff Children's Literature Festival

Posted at 8:30AM Thursday 06 Feb 2014

War Horse author Michael Morpurgo, will provide the finale to this year's Cardiff Children's Literature Festival.

He will be reading from his famous novel during an event at the Wales Millennium Centre on April 13, just weeks before the National Theatre production of War Horse opens there.

Wales Online




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