Eloise Williams | 'If it's a good story, wherever it's from, it deserves to be read'

Eloise Williams | 'If it's a good story, wherever it's from, it deserves to be read'

When Literature Wales put out an open call for authors to be the country’s inaugural Children’s Laureate last June, Pembrokeshire-based writer Eloise Williams thought that showing an interest might lead to some work, but she “didn’t think for a second” that she would be chosen. However, in September Williams was appointed to the post, and since then she has been on a whirlwind tour of Welsh schools— until the lockdown, that is. 

The two-year post was introduced to raise the visibility of children’s literature in Wales, help develop children’s literacy skills and support the next generation...

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