The first thing that caught my eye at the Wychwood Festival was PANDA NOODLE HOUSE. "Would you like some noodles?" "Give me the sweet and sour." "No you cannot have any noodles. I have changed my mind."

Is Mr Panda moonlighting as a noodle vendor?

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At the festival, I joined several authors and Waterstones booksellers in the book tent, where authors held events throughout the day.

Here are a few photos from the festival. All in all, a great time! 

Here, I'm with the über-talented Petr Horáček.

Here, I'm with the über-talented Petr Horáček.

Philip Ardagh kindly gave me this THE GRUNTS badge.

Philip Ardagh kindly gave me this THE GRUNTS badge.

Signing books in the tent.

Signing books in the tent.

While at the festival, Philip Ardagh showed me this wonderful photo of him with Book Doctor (and children's book enthusiast) Kim Harte and PLEASE MR PANDA, taken at Children's Books Ireland for Writer's Week. Thanks, Philip, for sharing this photo.

While at the festival, Philip Ardagh showed me this wonderful photo of him with Book Doctor (and children's book enthusiastKim Harte and PLEASE MR PANDA, taken at Children's Books Ireland for Writer's Week. Thanks, Philip, for sharing this photo.

The atmosphere was electric.

The atmosphere was electric.

The weather was perfect.

The weather was perfect.

The people were chilling.

The people were chilling.

And there were bubbles, too.

And there were bubbles, too.

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