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PSHE: Racism / Multi-Culturalism

The books in this section cover a range of PSHE topics including bullying, family issues and racism. There are both fiction and non-fiction titles and cover age ranges from Toddler to Older Teen.

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The Life of Stephen Lawrence

The Life of Stephen Lawrence

Key Stage 3

Author: Verna Allette Wilkins Format: Paperback Release Date: 26/04/2012

Selected by a distinguished independent panel of experts including our editorial expert, Julia Eccleshare, for Diverse Voices - 50 of the best Children's Books celebrating cultural diversity in the UK. Full of life and potential, Stephen Lawrence was a boy with huge hopes for the future.  Murdered in 1993, the book looks at prejudice, injustice and a family's fight to uncover the truth.

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The Colour of Home

The Colour of Home

Key Stage 1

Author: Mary Hoffman Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/03/2003

Selected by a distinguished independent panel of experts including our editorial expert, Julia Eccleshare, for Diverse Voices - 50 of the best Children's Books celebrating cultural diversity in the UK.

Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters An African Tale

Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters An African Tale

Key Stage 2

Author: John Steptoe Format: Paperback Release Date: 26/06/1997

Selected by a distinguished independent panel of experts including our editorial expert, Julia Eccleshare, for Diverse Voices - 50 of the best Children's Books celebrating cultural diversity in the UK.  This special book has a fairy tale like charm as a King takes on the search for a wife.  Mufaro has two daughters, one rude and mean and the other generous and thoughtful. Which will win the hand of the King?

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