Once again it was a huge success with a number of other local schools attending, including Trefonen, Morda, Kinnerley, Carragohfa and Llansilin to two sell out sessions.
Frank Cottrell Boyce spoke to the children about his latest book Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies again, he completely engaged the children with the magical story of a flying car brought up to date into the 21st century.
Meanwhile Barbara Mitchelhill took the children back in time to the days of Tudor England in her latest novel 'The Road to London'. The picture of Tudor England and the lives of children enthralled the group who particularly enjoyed the dressing up in Tudor costumes.
Curtis Jobling’s high energy sessions had all the children at Bellan cheering for more as he wowed them with his drawings and story telling, whilst a brief visit by the Gruffalo for story time created much excitement among the Reception and Year One classes.
Bellan's Book Week started with pupils transforming themselves into their favourite book character. Work then began on the 'Big Bellan News'- each year group produced their own class pages. Some of the Year Five pupils had the role of front page, sports and special features editors. The news included the Diamond Jubilee, fashion, recipes, sport, book and film reviews, quizes, jokes and much more- try and get your hands on a copy.
A wonderful week which left children pleading for extra copies of the authors books to go in the library.