I am Me – Sue Hampton, People not Borders, Paula Watkins

(3 customer reviews)




Please vote for I am Me in the People’s Book Prize. Voting closes 30 April 2019.

Berkhamsted charity People not Borders presents a beautiful picture book for pre-school and KS1 (and beyond). Gently, and with exquisite textile illustrations, “I am Me” explores the experience of a child refugee leaving home and arriving in the U.K.

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3 reviews for I am Me – Sue Hampton, People not Borders, Paula Watkins

  1. AnneS

    This is a children’s book written from the point of view of a child refugee that caught me in my seventh decade. In the delightful verse that it is written in, it gave me something quite profound to think about and at least two out loud laughs. Very well written indeed and beautifully illustrated this is a small book to give a child but one that can make the adult reader think about an important issue that will affect us for the foreseeable future.
    Highly recommended.
    Christina Billington
    Published in All Saints newsletter

  2. AnneS

    “A great book which brings you closer to the real experience of refugee children” – Mark Meatcher

  3. AnneS

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