Atlanta Tully, Time Traveller!
  • Sunday 13 June 2021, 6pm
  • YouTube
  • FREE
Join Chetham’s Library and local publisher Seven Arches Publishing to celebrate ‘Atlanta Tully, Time Traveller’, the third in the Time Traveller series aimed at readers in the 8-12 year-old age range. Atlanta Tully, who is eleven years old, is from a multi-racial family living in Moss Side and is exceptionally talented musically, and so wins a place at Chetham’s School of Music.
However, before she starts her education at the music school, she is approached by a mysterious organisation that asks her to go back in time for them – the plot thickens … Atlanta adventures back in time to the 1600s as a boy working for the priests at the College, the buildings of which are now Chetham’s Library.
Atlanta meets Humphrey Chetham, who has come to talk to the warden about acquiring the buildings; but the King’s cavalry arrive to arrest him for disloyalty to the crown. Atlanta helps him escape, and inspires Humphrey to leave money in his will to provide a school for forty poor boys.
You can find out more about Seven Arches Publishing from https://www.sevenarchespublishing.co.uk/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9xAJc7NRic
https://www.manchestercityofliterature.com/event/manchesters-first-library-presents-time-traveller-atlanta-tully-with-seven-arches-publishing/
#FestivalOfLibraries @MCRCityofLit
Atlanta Tully, Time Traveller!
  • Sunday 13 June 2021, 6pm
  • YouTube
  • FREE
youtube.com
Join Chetham’s Library and local publisher Seven Arches Publishing to celebrate ‘Atlanta Tully, Time Traveller’, the third in the Time Traveller series aimed at readers in the 8-12 year-old age range. Atlanta Tully, who is eleven years old, is from a multi-racial family living in Moss Side and is exceptionally talented musically, and so wins a place at Chetham’s School of Music.
However, before she starts her education at the music school, she is approached by a mysterious organisation that asks her to go back in time for them – the plot thickens … Atlanta adventures back in time to the 1600s as a boy working for the priests at the College, the buildings of which are now Chetham’s Library.
Atlanta meets Humphrey Chetham, who has come to talk to the warden about acquiring the buildings; but the King’s cavalry arrive to arrest him for disloyalty to the crown. Atlanta helps him escape, and inspires Humphrey to leave money in his will to provide a school for forty poor boys.
You can find out more about Seven Arches Publishing from https://www.sevenarchespublishing.co.uk/
#FestivalOfLibraries @MCRCityofLit

You may also like

  1. Carole Nash Hall

    Marc Kawwas, Supported by PalMusic UK

    Sat 3 December 2022, 7pm

    ‘Sensitivity, integrity and a seriousness of purpose that promises much for the future’ – Murray McLachlan  Born and raised in Bethlehem,...

  2. The Stoller Hall

    Stoller Story Sounds – The Little Green Dragon

    Sun 4 December 2022, 1pm

    Musical story journeys for pre-schoolers and their grown-ups. Part of our Elements of Nature programme Suitable for ages 3-5  Workshops...

  3. Manchester Cathedral

    Music for a While

    Mon 5 December 2022, 12pm

    Take time out and enjoy free lunchtime recitals by students from Chetham’s School of Music in the beautiful and evocative...

  4. Carole Nash Hall

    Chetham’s Lunchtime Concerts

    Tue 6 December 2022, 1:30pm

    Take a lunch break and enjoy free weekday afternoon recitals by some of the UK’s most exciting young musicians! Discover...