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Being An Immigrant By Sarah Levete

Being An Immigrant
by Sarah Levete

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Asks and answers the questions that younger children may have about immigration. It looks at issues of racism; the feelings of a child in a new country; and the reaction of children to their new neighbours. The book highlights the positive aspects of immigration and the possibilities of making new friends and learning about different cultures.
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About Sarah Levete

Sarah Levete is an experience non-fiction writer for children specialising in Citizenship and PSHE. Other titles in the series written by Sarah include Stepfamilies, Drugs, Alcohol and Eating Disorders, plus Sarah has written a few titles for the series How Do I Feel About and I Can.

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Used - Very Good
Hachette Children's Group
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