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Key Stage Three Competition: International Story Openings…. KS3 students will be challenged to rewrite the opening pages from the choice of three international stories. Our budding artists in KS3 will be able to create alternative covers for these widely recognised books.
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KS3 students will be challenged to rewrite the opening pages from the choice of three international stories. Our budding artists in KS3 will be able to create alternative covers for these widely recognised books. HOUSE POINTS AND PRIZES AVAILABLE
Blurb ‘If you had not been born, Mama would still be alive…’ Adeline’s family considered her to be bad luck and she was made to feel unwanted all her life. This is the story of her struggle for acceptance and how she overcame the odds to prove her worth. Chinese Cinderella
Blurb The story of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas is very difficult to describe. Usually we give some clues about the book on the jacket, but in this case we think that would spoil the reading of the book.We think it is important that you start to read without knowing what it is about. If you do start to read this book, you will go on a journey with a nine-year-old boy called Bruno (though this isn’t a book for nine-year-olds). And sooner or later you will arrive with Bruno at a fence. Fences like this exist all over the world. We hope you never have to encounter such a fence. The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
Blurb As the family lay sleeping soldiers kicked down the door of the house and entered waving their rifles round erratically … The soldier who was in command went and stood so that his mouth was six inches away from Alem’s father’s ear and shouted. ‘What kind of a man are you?’ Life is not safe for Alem. His father is Ethiopian, and his mother Eritrean – and with both countries at war, he is welcome in neither place. So his father does an astonishing thing, which at first appears callous, but is in fact the ultimate gift of love from a parent to a child… refugee boy