In this tender view of urban childhood, George soon learns that letting people into his playhouse is much more fun than keeping them out.
George says the cardboard house is his and his alone. It isn’t for girls, small people, twins, people with glasses, or people who like tunnels. But when he leaves the cardboard house for a little while, he comes back to find that there are some people inside who don’t think it is for people who have red hair – like George.
This illustrated storybook deals with discrimination in a humourous and gentle way. It would make an ideal stimulus for a classroom discussion about excluding others.
- Book (£5.99)
- ISBN: 9781406305647
- No. of pages: 32
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