Children & Young People's Programme

Sarah Moore Fitzgerald discusses A Strange Kind of Brave

Sarah Moore Fitzgerald discusses A Strange Kind of Brave

Date: Monday 9th March

Venue: DeValera Library, Ennis*
Time: 10am – 11.30am
Ticket Price: Free

Venue: Scariff Library*
Time: 2pm – 3.30pm
Ticket Price: Free

Poignant, gripping and with a twist you won't see coming” read the reviews of A Strange Kind of Brave by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald. Her latest novel for teens is a story about the power of fear and the resilience of love. Sarah Moore Fitzgerald is an award-winning novelist, teacher and professor based at the University of Limerick where she teaches on the MA course in creative writing. She has been shortlisted for the CBI book of the year, the Waterstones prize, Scotland’s Red Book Award and for the Irish Book Awards. Her fiction has been translated into sixteen languages, including Japanese, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish, Swedish and Norwegian. Her books for young adults published to date are Back to Blackbrick, The Apple Tart of Hope, and most recently A Strange Kind of Brave (2019).

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