Author Talk: Stewart Foster

The Heath Bookshop Literature & Music Festival, Thurs 18th April 4pm

Author talk with Stewart Foster as part of The Heath Bookshop Literature & Music Festival

Author Stewart Foster will be joining us at How Brave Is The Wren shop to kick start our part of the very first The Heath Bookshop Literature and Music Festival. Come along to find out about his book “Can You Feel The Noise” and to ask him why he likes to put toast in the fridge…

Aimed at ages 8+ but all welcome

About “Can You Feel The Noise”
Life is going well for Sophie. She’s getting by at school, has some pretty awesome friends, and their band have made it through to the semifinals of the Battle of the Bands competition.

But when Sophie wakes up completely deaf one morning, the life she once knew seems like a distant memory. With lessons replaced by endless hospital appointments, and conversations now an exercise in lip-reading, Sophie grows quieter and quieter. Until she discovers the vibrations of sound through an old set of drums and wonders whether life onstage is actually still within reach. A profound story about inner strength and perseverance in the face of a life-changing event.

About Stewart Foster

Stewart sits on his boat most days, on his own, writing about the lives of characters that he loves and cares about and hopes that you will too. His other books include: The Perfect Parent Project, All The Things That Could Go Wrong and The Bubble Boy,
he loves The Clash, Radiohead and the Delays, he hates having his photo taken and loves cycling up mountains, he also puts toast in the fridge…Want to find out why? Come and ask him!

This event is part of ‘The Heath Bookshop Literature and Music Festival‘ which is supported using public funding by National Lottery through Arts Council England. Click HERE for the full festival programme.



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