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Shine by Sarah Asuquo  (published Nov 2020)

 

Kai is excited to go back to school after the summer holiday, but soon finds himself being mocked by his peers for being different. Kai s confidence is lowered and he begins to wish that he is normal like everyone else. 

With the help of his parents, Kai learns to be proud of himself and his unique qualities and values. Kai s mother explains how although the moon and stars are different they both shine beautifully in the sky. He learns an important lesson: that everyone is special and valuable in their own way. He realises that the things that make him different are the things that make him special. He makes a decision to use his qualities to shine his light . 

Shine is a touching and heart-warming story which encourages young readers to celebrate diversity and to recognise how our differences make us special. It deals confidently with issues including bullying, low self-esteem, self-confidence and forgiveness in a manner that children can comprehend.

 

Little Monsters by David Walliams

 

Howl with laughter and squeal with delight at this monstrously exciting new picture book from number one bestselling author David Walliams, illustrated by the awesome Adam Stower!

Howler is a SMALL werewolf with a BIG problem.

He is just not SCARY! And that makes him the odd one out at Monster School…

But when Howler finds some new friends, he discovers that being the ODD one out might just make him the COOLEST one of all…

This hilarious new picture book is full of squeal appeal and has giggles on every page.

 

 

 


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