An anthology of original, hard-hitting short stories which tackle the difficult and sensitive issue of racism in its many forms - bullying, exclusion, class, the colour of skin, hatred and war.
Written by some of today's very best writers for teenagers, and including fresh new talent from home and abroad, these strong, gripping and often moving stories are set against a variety of cultural backgrounds in the UK, Australia, India, America and Europe. The stories offer some unforgettable characters in situations that young people the world over will relate to, and are written with great depth, compassion and hope.
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Tony Bradman was born in London in 1954. He has written poetry, picture
books and fiction for all ages, has edited many anthologies of poetry and
short stories, and has also reviewed children's books for The Daily
Telegraph. Tony has three grown-up children and two grand-children, and
still lives in London.
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Book Description Puffin Books, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110141315059