It was great to meet so many lovely people and sign Ski A to Z books at Chill Factore in Manchester on Monday.
The ski race event was the British Schools Indoor Open Championships organised by National Schools Snowsports Association supported by Snowsport England.
I was at the event to sign books and to raise awareness of Ski A to Z as an ideal resource for school ski trips. The book is informative and engaging on skiing, a great help to teachers, parents and pupils who are embarking on, or wanting to develop, their skiing.
It was fun to chat about skiing, and the feedback about my work was both heartwarming and inspiring.
Lovely to see some good ski friends not seen for years including Danny; we used to race together at Ski Rossendale and Rossendale Ski Club.
I used some of my ski fabric on my table and also customised my shirt sleeves. To see and buy my fabric designs click here.
If you are based in the UK and would like a signed first edition of Ski A to Z please email email@example.com
Or to buy a book or ebook online visit the Ski A to Z page.
Th ski racing was exhilarating and the enthusiasm of the youngsters skiers was inspiring. The energy was high and I’m sure the youngsters were pleased to be skiing on a school day.
Some of the children arrived in their school uniforms carrying ski boots and ski helmets.
Here is one of the school ski trip themed illustrations I have been working on lately for an upcoming magazine article.
Ski A to Z is published by Meyer and Meyer Sport (UK) for more information and to order your copy click here.
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