Flip and Flap, Waddle, Splash and Littlest are a group of young penguins discovering their wonderful world, only to find it is changing at the hands of the humans. However, there is hope in store. Their teacher, Old Wise, explains that humans are
Written by renowned poet and performer Benjamin Zephaniah, this book describes the lives of 12 children living around the UK, from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. It describes their activities, the kind of food they eat at home, and what
Through learning about prisoners of conscience and the ‘disappeared’, students can explore basic human rights, including the right to assembly, the right to a fair trial, and the right to freedom of speech and religious expression.
We all know the story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but this version of the tale turns out a little different. Set in Mali, Chaga, from a poor family, is invited to go to a chocolate plantation where he dreams of having his own bicycle, eatin
The activities on the Papapaa website explore six main areas: what goes into a chocolate bar; where it is grown (with a focus on Ghana); the trade system and benefits of fair-trade; shopping choices in the UK; tasks to consolidate what students have
This comprehensive handbook has a range of activities that can be used in nurseries, toddler groups and by childminders. The first section focuses on themes such as food, family and the environment and the second uses six countries as starting points for activities.
Join Arusha, Mosi, Tumpe and their Maasai friends as they go on a journey through the grasslands of Tanzania. They encounter all sorts of animals including elephants, lions and monkeys, while counting from one to ten in both English and Swahili.
Everybody wants to squeeze the baby, everybody wants to kiss the baby, everybody loves the baby… so much! A tender and funny look at an Afro-Caribbean family as they gather for a surprise party.
In this tender view of urban childhood, George 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,
This true story about an Iraqi woman’s struggle to save her community’s priceless collection of books reminds us all how, throughout the world, the love of literature and respect for knowledge know no boundaries.