Magpie with Eve Ainsworth

 

Tuesday 11th May at 11am

Streamed live and on catch up on  Kirklees Libraries’ YouTube channel, Facebook and Twitter

Join acclaimed author Eve Ainsworth for an entertaining session based on her beautiful and empathetic new novel Magpie a story about healing, home and new beginnings. 

This book is perfect for sharing with your class or listening to over your lunch break.

 

 

Photograph of the book cover of Magpie

Because of him. Ross. But now she, Mum and her little brother Henry have finally moved far away, where Ross will never find them. It’s a fresh start, Mum says. This time, she is never going back.
Slowly Alice starts to build a life for herself, at a new school with new friends. But she can’t escape the feeling she is being watched. That he might be lurking, waiting to ruin everything again. That Mum might be about to break her promise. That, just when Alice is starting to feel safe, everything will be taken away from her.

 

Eve Ainsworth is a public speaker, creative workshop coordinator and award-winning author who draws from her extensive work with teenagers managing emotional and behavioural issues to write authentic, honest and real novels for young people.

 

Her acclaimed young adult novels, published with Scholastic include 7 Days, Crush, Damage and Tender which explore real life, contemporary issues that are relevant to teens such as bullying, relationships and mental health concerns.

 

 

 

 

Photograph of Eve Ainsworth

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