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CHILDREN'S LAUREATE JACQUELINE Wilson and her principal illustrator Nick Sharratt will open (19 August) the new visitor centre at Seven Stories, the Centre for Children's Books, housed in an old Victorian warehouse on the Ouseburn River. After a ribbon-cutting ceremony, visitors will be allowed into the brand new seven-storey building, and into a whole world of children's literature. �It�s a once-in-a-lifetime bringing together of work, an anthology of some of the most interesting writing of the last 70 years,� said Elizabeth Hammill, Seven Stories Collection Development Director. �This place answers the question �what happens when you read?�, and is like nothing you�ve ever seen before � it�s exceeded everyone�s expectations.�

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