DescriptionWhat is it like when an Aboriginal child moves from a remote community into a mainstream school?
Written from the child's perspective, these true stories raise awareness about learning English as a second language.
ReviewThese stories are based on the memories of the author May O’Brien from when she was a child.
It is a collection of four short stories designed to help children to understand some of the difficulties that people have learning English.
It is a perfect book to help any EAL learners to realise that everyone makes mistakes, but that someone will always help you.
Great for both girls and boys, Year 3 & 4 up.
This book was included in our April 2014 Primary Fiction Standing Order selection.
Reviewed by Michelle