The Paralympic Games move from the playing fields to the bookshelves with Nick Springer on the Move

As part of Buckinghamshire Open Weekend, join author and Professor of Education, Jennifer Stratton, in a storytelling and discussion time about the power of the Paralympic Games in changing lives and perceptions through the reading of her picture book biography, Nick Springer on the Move

This is a family friendly event for children aged 7-12 years who believe there is a champion in all of us.

Jennifer's book is a hard hitting sports story about American wheelchair rugby champion and quad amputee, Nick Springer. She will also engage participants in a conversation about ability, disability, and sport. Illustrated by Mouth and Foot Painting Artist, Christopher Kuster, who created every image using his mouth due to paralysis.

You can read more about author Jennifer Stratton on her website here and buy her book here. All of the proceeds from her book go to support Mouth and Foot Painting Artists and the Wheelchair Sports Federation in the U.S.

How to Join

This experience will be hosted online via Zoom, please book your free ticket below. Please plan to join at least 5 minutes before the start of the session as the session will begin promptly at 2pm. Joining instructions will be sent once you have registered for the event.

Please note you must join the event with the name you used at registration, you will not be admitted to the meeting if you use a different name. If you are booking for a group, please contact us at [email protected].

What to bring

All you will need to participate in this session is a stable internet connection.


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