The Children's Madiba chronicles the life of Nelson Mandela with text and drawings of children of 8 to 12. It depicts his journey from the hills of Eastern Cape to the bustling streets of Johannesburg where he studied law and became involved in the struggle for a free South Africa. The book takes the reader on a journey through the hardships that Madiba had to endure, from his time on Robben Island to his victory in becoming the first President of a democratic South Africa, and to his last days as a much loved, elder statesman.
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Sean Fraser is a graduate of Journalism and Media Studies from Rhodes University (1987) and a freelance editor and writer based in Cape Town. Prior to launching a successful freelance career in book publishing in 1996, he was Managing Editor of Struik's Children's Books, and then the internationally acclaimed Globetrotter Travel Series. Since 1996, he has written a number of glossy coffee-table, reference and guidebooks, with a strong focus on the people, places and cultural heritage of southern Africa. He is also an established editor and publishing consultant , having worked on a vast array of book titles, from high-profile political biographies to award-winning children's and adult fiction.
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