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Mouth Almighty - storytelling and activities with Salihah Agbaje

Thursday 21st February 2013 11am - 12 Noon Westfield Stratford City Children's Event, Free Event

Mouth Almighty is a magical yet cautionary play about a young boy's curiosity. Set in an ordinary town, 11 year old Justice is a typical boy with an inquisitive mind, mischievous nature and an unusually big mouth! When boredom kicks in, an invitation from a strange, yet fascinating man, leads him to the lair of a mad scientist and a truly unforgettable experience...

Meet author Salihah Agbaje as she reads from the play, and join in with questions, improvisation and songs as you hear the story of Justice and his adventures. Children will also have the chance to meet Salihah's special guest, PCSO Sue Lawler from the local Community police station, who will be able to answer all your questions on how to stay safe.

Mouth Almighty is a splendid mix of important lessons, humour and sparkling imagination that is certain to get young minds racing; original and contemporary, this play will have all readers performing and singing along to the catchy tunes in no time. Copies of Mouth Almighty will be available to buy, and Salihah will be signing copies during and after the event.

Recommended for children aged 6+ - all children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is free but booking is essential - to reserve your place please email lisa.bywater@foyles.co.uk, including the number of children you are planning to bring.

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