News & Events
Arthur's Christmas Tale is a heart warming stop motion animation based on a poem by AH Proctor that was created to raise funds in aid of Shelter Scotland. The animation will be showing in the trailers of cinemas across Scotland throughout December.
We feel very passionate about children's literature here at Thumble Tumble Towers. Wales and Ireland have their own Children's Laureate's dedicated to engaging children with literature. We'd like to see Scotland follow suit.
To help keep children engaged in reading through lock-down, author, AH Proctor will be streaming live YouTube readings every weekday at 9.45am filled with stories, activities, shout-outs and a generous sprinkling of fun!
Watch Angela's exclusive event that explored how libraries can support parents, grandparents, carers and teachers in keeping children and young people safe.
Join AH Proctor in the Mitchell Library on Wednesday 9th October for an exclusive event that will explore how libraries can support parents, carers, teachers and anyone working with children in keeping children and young people in a digital world.
Join AH Proctor at the wonderful Wigtown Book Festival on Saturday 5th October at 10.30am for the launch of her latest swashbuckling adventure!
Join AH Proctor at Waterstones, Byres Road on Saturday 28th September from 11am to 1pm for the launch of her latest swashbuckling adventure!
The Thumble Tumble Teaching Pack has been a huge success! The pack which has now launched in five councils (Glasgow, North Ayrshire, East Ayrshire, Stirling and the Scottish Borders) is already being used in over 50 primary schools as their novel study!
Looking for adventure this National Libraries Week (8th-13th Oct)? We've hidden 50 magic tokens in libraries across Scotland... let the adventure begin!
Looking for a Magical Adventure during National Libraries Week (8-13 October 2018)? Watch this space... all will be revealed from Monday 1st Oct!
"Move over Dorothy" were the words on Angela's lips as she arrived by hurricane (Hector) to the doors of Levenvale Primary.