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Welcome Home By Christina Booth

Welcome Home by Christina Booth

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Summary

Back after 190 years, will the whales stay? Is it safe to come home? Is a young boy's apology enough? An emotional journey about whaling.

Welcome Home Summary

Welcome Home by Christina Booth

Welcome Home is the story of a young boy and a whale as she swims into the river harbour seeking safety and a resolution to the violent past relationship between whales and man. This prosaic journey, accompanied with soft sketchy watercolour images, reveals how the past can impact our future. Can the boy make amends for the past? Can the whale forgive and return to what was once her ancestors home? Whaling is a horrific image to portray in any literature yet this story offers its history and consequences to children and adults in a gentle, safe way. This story does not avoid the facts but ends with hope and reconciliation, using history to show the consequences of our actions and choices.

About Christina Booth

Christina Booth is an award winning Australian childrens author/illustrator. Four of her picture books have gained CBCAs Notable Childrens Book Awards. Her picture book, Kip, the story of a crowing rooster living in the city, was awarded a CBCA Honour Book in 2010. Two of Christinas illustrated books (In The Deep Red Desert, Angie Lionetto- Civa; The Carrum Sailing Club, Claire Saxby), were selected to be read on ABCs Playschool program in 2012.

Additional information

GOR010955831
Welcome Home by Christina Booth
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Ford Street Publishing Pty Ltd
2013-10-01
32
1925000095
9781925000092
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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