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This is a lovely and though-provoking story which I think would work best with children around 8 and up. Our Year Four class had very profound discussions around how we treat new people and what our names / background / individuality mean to us and why they are important. A good read-aloud, especially in a class you are trying to get thinking about how well they include others.
After knowing about this book I ordered as good reads ratings is 4.3 Itz worth buying must read to the kids as all readers knows itz worth.. 🙂 Must get for the kid who loves stories n have reading habits Amazon price always shows 400+ so I waited for long price drop order at 200 Rs thank God am saved as MRP of the book is 250 so if ur getting this book plz chk price n order
This is a beautiful story that emphasizes the value of names in every language regardless of where you live. I found myself chocking up with tears at several points in the story as I read it to my children. So thankful for this book to help teach my children to value people and names from all cultures and backgrounds!
This is such a great book about showing kids the cultural differences, inclusion, mutual understanding, friendship and even standing up to be yourself. It's great. I read it to my child and we both loved it.
This is such a beautiful little story, it actually moved me to tears when I read it aloud to my daughter for the first time. It touches on themes of change, acceptance, confidence, identity and friendship. Highly recommend for children of any age.