Every Little Thing Will Be All Right
The Worlds Greatest Batsman: Delroy wants to be a cricketer and he has the talent, but his parents cannot afford to buy him a bat; Safiyas Dance: How can Safiya be a ballerina when her body shape and size is considered not to be suitable? Jenny's Great Gran: Jenny is ashamed of her great grandmother because she is without teeth and wears a head tie; You are Special, Stewart: Stewart is an unhappy little boy because he sees nothing special about himself; Louisa Jane and the Street of Fine Old Houses: Louisa Jane lives with her grandmother in a broken-down old house that was once fine, but some unknown people are coming to knock down the house!
Sensitize children to the important elements of literary writing
- Encourage positive reading habits
- Broaden childrens experiences
- Aid vocabulary building, especially in the use of culture specific words
- Provide resource materials for social studies/history and other subject areas
- Represent prefect presents for children around the world