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Journey To Jo'burg By Beverley Naidoo

Journey To Jo'burg
by Beverley Naidoo

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Frightened that their baby sister will die, 13-year-old Naledi and her younger brother Tiro run away from their grandmother to Johannesburg to find their mother. On their journey they encounter the realities of aparteid - the pass laws, Bantusans, racism and the breakdown of family life.
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About Beverley Naidoo

Beverley Naidoo was born in South Africa and grew up under apartheid. After arrest and detention without trial, she came to England. She married another exile and was only able to return freely twenty-six years later, after Nelson Mandela's release from jail. Their two children were brought up in England where she still lives. She goes back to South Africa to stay in touch, especially with young people. A teacher for many years, she has a doctorate in education and a number of honorary degrees.

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Journey To Jo'burg: A South African Story by Beverley Naidoo
Beverley Naidoo
Used - Very Good
HarperCollins Publishers
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