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This is a historically accurate book about apartheid in South Africa. I am a retired social studies teacher. I used this book to help students understand apartheid.Published 6 days ago by DLJT
Phenomenal story with many life lessons learned. This should be required reading for grammar school children!Published 8 months ago by John T. Duke
Naledi and Tiro know the only one who can save their sick baby sister is their mother, and she is off working in far away Johannesburg. So the two head off to find their mother. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Debnance at Readerbuzz
I purchased this book because my daughter had a project due based off this book. To understand how to help my daughter with her project, I read the book and I was blown away. Read morePublished 20 months ago by sharita simmons
This is a copy/paste from my Goodreads review
I was introduced to this book through the International Children's Literature course I'm taking this semester. Read more
A quick read filled with many short chapters that tend to leave one wanting to read more. Lots of cliffhangers and gives you many things to reflect on. Read morePublished 23 months ago by A. Buck
Do NOT have your child read this book if they are below the age of 14.
Apartheid is a complex issue for a young child to comprehend, especially
those of color. Read more
i read this as a short reading book in class for a project. i read this book in the past as well and it is a great book. i'd happily reccomand it for younger kids. Read morePublished on June 2, 2011 by rustycookievan1