Dublin Book Festival at Solas Nua - Where Are You, Puffling?

Where Are You Puffling

Dublin Book Festival at Solas Nua presents:
Gerry Daly and Erika McGann – Where Are You, Puffling? (O’Brien Press)
Interactive story and art event for kids

This event was available on-demand from Saturday, Sept 11th to October 4th

For Dublin Book Festival at Solas Nua, in association with Culture Ireland, join award-winning Irish children’s author Erika McGann and best-selling children’s author and illustrator Gerry Daly for a fun-filled 'Where Are You, Puffling?' interactive story and art event. Meet Puffling and her family & friends, listen to a story, see how you can draw some of the animals from the book (puffins, pufflings, rabbits, seals!) and learn a little about Ireland’s wildlife, and sealife, along the way!

Gerry Daly

Gerry Daly is a children’s author and illustrator from Co. Wicklow, who now lives in Dublin. He studied Fine Art at IADT, and has worked in the fields of graphic design and website development. His books include the best-selling Where Are You, Puffling? and Wee Donkey’s Treasure Hunt, both with Erika McGann. An Irish language edition of ‘Puffling’ - Cá Bhfuil Puifín Beag?, translated by Muireann Ní Chíobháin, was published in 2020. Gerry’s new book, Finn’s First Song, a delightful picture book adventure about a little whale, was published in February 2021. Gerry loves to paint birds and animals, from the tiniest to the biggest of them all!

Erika McGann credit Lee Furlong Absolute Studios

Erika Mcgann grew up in Drogheda, County Louth, and now lives in Dublin. She is the author of several children’s books, and the winner of the Waverton Good Read Children’s Award 2014. She is the author of the ‘Cass and The Bubble Street Gang’ series, and picture books Where Are You, Puffling? and Wee Donkey’s Treasure Hunt with Gerry Daly. Her forthcoming book, Tabitha Plimtock and the Edge of the World, is a magical adventure story and will be published in September 2021.

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