CHILDREN can test the latest in 3D stationery for free.

Visitors to Redbridge Central Library can use a 3D pen to draw shapes that become three-dimensional objects in the air.

The 3D pen is a cross between a normal pen and a hot glue gun. It is also called a stereoscopic pen.

The workshop is aimed at children aged between eight and 11 and their parents or carers. Sessions can accommodate two children per parent or carer.

The session takes place on Wednesday, February 14, and Saturday, March 24, between 2pm and 4pm.

Those interested are asked to book in advance at the library.