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Summer Reading Challenge: Brightstorm

Wednesday 29th August 2018 2pm - 3pm Grand Central Birmingham Children's Event, Free Event

Join our brand new children's book club as we endeavour on our Summer Reading Challenge!

The Summer holidays are fast approaching and what better way to celebrate than by diving into a completely different world?

Six Weeks means Six Books! And what a fantastic mix we've picked!

Six incredible reads that are guaranteed to take you from the highest mountains to the roughest and deepest of seas! Filled with adventure, laughter and excitement, we hope you'll love these books just as much as we do!

 

This week it's all about Brightstorm!

Join us and your fellow readers to talk about the last of our exciting summer reads!

 

A little about our chosen book:

Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy

Twins Arthur and Maudie receive word in Lontown that their famous explorer father died in a failed attempt to reach South Polaris. Not only that, but he has been accused of trying to steal fuel from his competitors before he died! The twins don't believe the news, and they answer an ad to help crew a new exploration attempt in the hope of learning the truth and salvaging their family's reputation. As the winged ship Aurora sets sail, the twins must keep their wits about them and prove themselves worthy of the rest of the crew. But will Arthur and Maudie find the answers they seek?

 

Don't forget your book club dates!

29th August – Brightstorm

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