A TAYLOR Swift event is coming to a Wirral bookshop.

On Monday, June 10 Lingham’s Bookshop in Heswall will host ‘Celebrate all things Taylor Swift – Little People Big Dreams’ which will dive into the world of Taylor Swift through the Little People Big Dreams series.

Entertainment will be provided by Taylor Swift tribute artist Fearlessly Taylor who will be singing and dancing during the event.

The book tells the tale of Little Taylor who grew up on her family’s Christmas tree farm in Pennsylvania, USA. Then, at age six, she went to her first concert – she saw LeAnn Rimes, the country musician. At that moment, Taylor fell in love with country music! Some of the kids at school didn’t understand but Taylor managed to shake it off!

She took her first steps towards stardom by recording a demo of cover songs and sent it to record labels in Nashville, the home of country music. However, while, she enjoyed singing others’ songs, she knew all too well that she had to express herself in her own words. So, she started writing her own lyrics and melodies and her natural talent for putting her feelings into words shone through.

After signing with a record label, she started working on her first album. Called ‘Taylor Swift’, it became very popular, very quickly. She earned a number one single on the country music charts.

Then, she released her second album, ‘Fearless’, which was country-pop instead of just country and suddenly, everyone knew her name. She won a Grammy for her work and started to write more and more pop music for her albums. She wrote heartfelt lyrics loved by millions around the world.

Despite the obstacles in her way, Taylor has always stood up for what she believes in, and always believes in herself!

All tickets to the event include a copy of the Little People Big dreams Taylor Swift book  and cost £11. Children are to be accompanied by one adult only due to space.

Adult ticket £5 (can be redeemed against another copy on the night)

There will be a standing area for dancing and a limited seated area for adults. The cafe will be open for drinks.

To find out more click here.