The Breakfast Club Adventures: The Beast Beyond the Fence (The Breakfast Club Adventures, 1)
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I wanted to create something that really captured the true spirit of breakfast club. Outside of making sure we got the best start to our days with cereal, toast and juice, it was where my friendships were made. Where we could just lose ourselves. A safe haven,” said Rashford. “Breakfast club was where some of my greatest memories were formed, where we talked about our dreams and where adventures were planned, and it was important for me that we captured that in my first fiction book. Alex is a great writer who is able to capture that brilliantly and I’m thrilled that he’s on this journey with me.”
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MARTA: And then we're gonna go – just not to get lost in it a bit too much, we go a little bit on one side...a little bit on the other.Marcus is a lifelong supporter of Manchester United, his local football club, and grew up in a family divided in their support of United and their local rivals Manchester City. Marcus went to Ashton-on-Mersey School, where United have been sending their academy players since 1998, close to their Carrington training ground. He studied for a Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) National Diploma in Sport. LAURA: Of course, the eyebrows. They give expression. Oh, and I see what you've done there. You've done it like Marcus' eyebrow. Thank you so much. If you've drawn Marcus Rashford then send it in because we want to have a look. Thank you, Marta and Alex, for joining us in Book Club!
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Fresh from receiving an MBE for his campaigning to lift children out of poverty, Marcus Rashford is now warming up for a new challenge: the England footballer is writing a children’s novel.
The Liverpool Echo Children's Book of the Week The third title in the Marcus Rashford Book Club marks the fiction debut of the international footballer and food poverty campaigner himself, as a group of self-styled Breakfast Club Investigators take the twelve-year-old Marcus under their wing. The Week Junior on The Breakfast Club Adventures: The Beast Beyond the Fence A great story of developing young friendships, delving into some of the issues children of this age group may be facing, and helping them find the tools they need to grow with confidence.