Tiger keeper will be burning bright at St Albans bookshop

PUBLISHED: 06:00 19 February 2015

Martin Hill and friends

Martin Hill and friends

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It’s Tiger Time at a city centre bookshop this Saturday, February 21.

The tiger-themed morning at Waterstones in St Peter’s Street is in conjunction with a visit from Martin Hill, big cat keeper at Paradise Park, who will be reading from his book Indy Film Star.

It tell how tiger Indy became a film star in the BBC series Jonathan Creek and Martin will be accompanied by his illustrator Marisa Morgan.

The event runs from 11am to 1.30pm and as well as a prize draw there will be face painting and jungle-themed arts and crafts.


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