Catching Lives Bookshop celebrates Harbledown Hope’s launch
The Catching Lives Bookshop, in Palace Street, Canterbury celebrates the release of Harbledown Hope written and illustrated by Catching Lives homeless clients with a beautiful front window display of the book and art work from the clients.
Harbledown Hope written and illustrated by Catching Lives
Harbledown Hope is the first book to be written and illustrated by the incredibly talented clients at Catching Lives and co-authored by Andrew Buller. It is about a young orphaned fox’s traumatic journey, drawing on the challenges and experiences faced by the homeless. It is a story of hardship, pain, loss and discrimination, but through friendship, courage and sacrifice, comes hope.
Visit the Catching Lives Bookshop
Come along to the beautiful and historic bookshop with the crooked door in Palace Street. It is one of the most photographed buildings in Canterbury. Buy Harbledown Hope and any of the other beautiful books available. Know that all the money you spend while there will go directly to Catching Lives supporting the amazing work they do with the homeless and vulnerably housed in Canterbury and the wider East Kent area.
Book Launch on World Homeless Day
Harbledown Hope is launched on the 10th October 2017 to coincide with World Homeless Day. It is a book that celebrates the incredible talents of our homeless community and highlights that all can contribute when given the right encouragement and support. Come along to the launch and be inspired!