Origins, Differences & Friendships: A children's book for 8-12 year olds by Regina Jele-NcubeOrigins, Differences & Friendships: A children's book for 8-12 year olds by Regina Jele-Ncube

Origins, Differences & Friendships: A children's book for 8-12 year olds

byRegina Jele-Ncube

Paperback | December 6, 2015

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Thandi – Origins, Differences and Friendships addresses the following issues: realisation of the diverse society in which children find themselves in today’s multicultural society, the challenges that can bring, and how to better embrace that diversity. It also allows children to positively challenge cultures without being offensive to others. Most of all, it allows children to challenge themselves, the way they think and their attitudes.

Title:Origins, Differences & Friendships: A children's book for 8-12 year oldsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:170 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.39 inPublished:December 6, 2015Publisher:Regina Jele NcubeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910115495

ISBN - 13:9781910115497

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Table of Contents

Contents Chapter One: Thandi and Friends Discuss Names ...... 1 Chapter Two: Thandi Cooks for her Friends .............. 9 Chapter Three: Our Class: A Rainbow ...................... 22 Chapter Four: Thandi Flies to Zimbabwe ................. 30 Chapter Five: Thandi Meets the Family ................... 42 Chapter Six: Family Relations and Respect ............... 47 Chapter Seven: Family Relations (Continued) .......... 57 Chapter Eight: Toy-Making and Games ................... 64 Chapter Nine: Thandi Goes to the Village ................. 74 Chapter Ten: A Christmas with a Difference ............ 90 Chapter Eleven: Village Community Spirit ............. 108 Chapter Twelve: Experience in a Zimbabwean School .................................................................................. 124 Chapter Thirteen: A Narrative from Mum ............... 149 Chapter Fourteen:Njelele - A National Shrine ....... 152 Chapter Fifteen: Final Goodbyes ............................. 157 Acknowledgements .................................................. 161 About the Author ...................................................... 162