Lunch in the library with Nikki Sheehan

On Thursday 26th May, author Nikki Sheehan visited us to discuss her new book Swan Boy. A group of around 30 students joined Nikki in the library and spent a very enjoyable lunch hour chatting to her about her books and her life as a writer. 

As well as discussing the inspiration behind Swan Boy and its characters, Nikki also answered lots of questions from the students on an eclectic and interesting array of topics. These included Nikki's opinion on Donald Trump, her favourite books as a child and what she would do in the event of a zombie invasion!

Everyone involved very much enjoyed meeting Nikki. Her warm and friendly approach put the students at their ease and encouraged very funny, lively and interesting discussions . Lunch time flew by, leaving just enough time for Nikki to sign copies of Swan Boy before the bell. 

A huge thank you to Nikki for giving up her time to visit us at Beaumont. Swan Boy and Nikki's debut novel Who Framed Klaris Cliff? are both available from the Library. 

'Swan Boy is an incredibly uplifting novel about learning to be yourself. I loved it.' Sarah Crossan.
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