Peter Green: September 2019
Next Saturday, 28th September at 2pm in the Welcome Space, the Good Faith Book Club will meet and all are welcome to come along. We will be discussing Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow's book, The Shed That Fed A Million Children.
When 14 year-old Edward of Malawi said, "I would like to have enough food to eat and I would like to be able to go to school one day', he could never have known the impact that was to have on over a million children.
Come and hear what each of us made of the book and which book we will choose for next time.
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