The Mystery of the Painted Dragon

Hosted by the LSE Literary Festival Children's Event Series

NAB 1.04, 1st Floor, New Academic Building,


Katherine Woodfine

Katherine Woodfine

Enter a world of bonbons, perfumes and mysteries around every corner. Join Katherine Woodfine on an Edwardian adventure through London’s most prestigious department store, Sinclair’s. Katherine talks about her writing process, her inspirations, gets the children to help her solve a mystery or two and brings dastardly villains to justice.

Katherine Woodfine (@followtheyellow) is the author of The Sinclair's Mysteries series including The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow, The Mystery of the Jewelled Moth and The Mystery of the Painted Dragon.

Suitable for children 8+

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This event forms part of the LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival 2017, taking place from Monday 20 - Saturday 25 February 2017, with the theme “Revolutions”.


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