The Miracle on Ebenezer Street
30 November, 2020 , 10:00 am – 11:00 am GMT
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With Catherine Doyle
George is about to spend his third Christmas without his mum. Ever since she died, George’s dad, Hugo, has spent all his time working. To George, it’s as though life has lost its colour. Then, one day, George wanders into Marley’s Curiosity Shop, where he finds a magic snow globe. George isn’t sure how it works, but when he looks at it, he finds himself reliving one of his Christmases past, when his mother was still with them and everyone was happy. That night, George and his dad go on a magical journey to three different Christmases – one from the past, one present, and one future. With magic, hope, and friendship, can George and his dad find a way to stop living in black and white?
Book a place for your class in this wonderfully wintry event with author Catherine Doyle to hear more about her festive new book, Miracle on Ebenezer Street (Penguin). Catherine will talk about why she decided to adapt Charles Dickens’ classic tale, A Christmas Carol, into a children’s novel. You’ll also get the chance to ask her questions about her new book and her favourite part of writing Christmas stories. Catherine will also do a reading from her enchanting novel.
Sign your class up now – even a miser like Ebenezer Scrooge wouldn’t want to miss this free, fun-filled event!
Catherine Doyle grew up in the West of Ireland. She has a BA in Psychology and an MA in Publishing. She is the author of the young adult trilogy Blood for Blood (Vendetta, Inferno and Mafiosa). Her award-winning and bestselling middle grade debut, The Storm Keeper’s Island, is set on the magical island of Arranmore, where her grandparents grew up. The sequel, The Lost Tide Warriors, was published in July 2019. Catherine lives in Galway by the sea, but spends a lot of her time in London and the US.
Please note that this event will take place over Zoom. Booking is essential and places are limited to one class group only, so will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org.