Snakes Alive at Lantau International School!

April 9, 2013 at 5:30 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

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A big thank you to one of Hong Kong’s most charming and original schools, Lantau International School, for a wonderful visit today! It was great to see you all again, and I loved telling my Tale of Sybil Snake to kids who have seen so many real snakes on Lantau Island over the years! And thank you especially for the unique gift of a baby cobra skin! I’m so excited to be able to show that to the kids on my Hong Kong school tour – they’ll be fascinated! So many of you gave me special drawings and notes today, which will go straight into my own personal treasure chest in my office, where I keep all my lovely fan letters. They are so welcoming and kind, and I really appreciate them! And I’ll let Harry Harrison know how much you love his illustrations too – he’ll be chuffed! Keep on reading and writing, and I can’t wait to see some of your poems about real snakes in my Clever Competition!

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  1. I thought u were going to add that picture of us staring at the snake skin hanging from the roof

    • Bella i will as soon as your lovely teacher sends it to me – why don’t you jog his elbow tomorrow? :)!

  2. Ok 🙂


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