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The Children's Migration Library (Age 8-11)

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This is a great collection of books to help children explore migration, diversity and empathy. It's a lovely gift to inspire and educate the smaller people in your life. Suitable for children aged 8-11. Delivered in one of our unique gift boxes. 

  • 'The Colours We Share' by Angélica Dass.
  • 'Escape' by Ming and Wah
  • 'The Place for Me: Stories about Windrush' by Baroness Floella Benjamin 
  • Packaged in a bespoke Migration Museum suitcase gift box

 

More about the books:

'The Colours We Share' by Angélica Dass.

By depicting people from all over the world against a background that matches their skin tone, Angélica Dass shows us how wonderfully colourful humans really are, questioning the concept of race and the limited categories we use to describe each other. Kids discover how to mix their own skin colour with paint and through a playful and dynamic layout, The Colours We Share encourages us to think about race, and our common humanity, in a new way.

 

'Escape' by Ming and Wah

CLING. Don't let go. Hold tight. Never give up. FLY. Rev up. Lift off. Soar. PEDAL. Set off. Cycle. Pedal for your life. Throughout history, ordinary people have been forced to leave their families and homes because of war, famine, slavery, intolerance, economic and political upheaval, or climate change.

These remarkable true stories of escape show how courageous people all around the world have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles in their flight to freedom.These remarkable true stories of escape show how courageous people all around the world have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles in their flight to freedom.

 

'The Place for Me: Stories about Windrush' by Dame Floella Benjamin


Explore the lives of the Windrush generation in this full-colour anthology. With a foreword from Baroness Floella Benjamin, DBE, this book presents 12 moving tales of sacrifice and bravery, inspired by first-hand accounts of the Windrush generation.

"Home ain't jus' where you live. Home is your heart an' yer history."

Each inspiring story helps to bring the real experience of Black British people into focus.

Produced in partnership with Black Cultural Archives to honour the Windrush generation, it includes ten photo-packed fact sections.

The contributors: K. N. Chimbiri, Kevin George, Salena Godden, Judy Hepburn, Ashley Hickson-Lovence, Kirsty Latoya, Katy Massey, E. L. Norry, Quincy the Comedian, Jermain Jackman. With cover art by Joelle Avelino.


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