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  • af Beverley Naidoo
    84,95 kr.

    Her er 16 af Æsops kloge, vittige og tidløse fabler, for første gang anbragt i afrikanske omgivelser. At Æsop måske var fra Afrika har inspireret forfatteren Beverley Naidoo og tegneren Piet Grobler, som begge er fra Sydafrika, til at lade afrikanske dyr optræde i disse elskede, ældgamle historier. Ifølge historikeren Herodot levede Æsop på øen Samos i 500-tallet f.Kr. Gennemillustreret.

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    129,95 kr.

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    130,95 kr.

    Mit einem Vorwort von Erzbischof Desmond Tutu. In 7 Kurzgeschichten, jeweils eine für jedes Jahrzehnt, stellt Beverley Naidoo die Geschichte der Apartheid vor, von den Anfängen in den 40er Jahren bis zur Überwindung des unmenschlichen Systems im gegenwärtigen Südafrika. Im Mittelpunkt der Geschichten stehen jeweils Jugendliche. Abiturempfehlung zum Themenbereich South Africa

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    90,95 kr.

    In this earliest known version of Cinderella, a rosy-cheeked girl called Rhodopis is abducted by bandits from her home in Greece and enslaved in Egypt. Although she finds friends, she remains unhappy, until one day the gift of a pair of beautiful slippers leads her to the King of Egypt.

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    89,95 - 90,95 kr.

    This is the story of love, commitment and the flowering of the human spirit against the background of South Africa's apartheid.Frightened that their baby sister Dineo will die, thirteen-year-old Naledi and her younger brother Tiro run away from their grandmother to Johannesburg to find their mother, who works there as a maid. Their journey illustrates at every turn the grim realities of apartheid - the pass laws, bantustans, racism, the breakdown of family life.The opulence of the white "e;Madam's"e; house contrasts starkly with the reality that Naledi and Tiro face - that their baby sister is suffering from starvation, not an incurable disease.This edition of Beverley Naidoo's classic story includes a special "e;Why You'll Love This Book"e; introduction by Michael Rosen, the Children's Laureate.

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    90,95 kr.

    A collection of short stories - four previously published and three new - linked by the theme of young people experiencing personal dilemmas. All are set in South Africa, first under apartheid and then after the first democratic elections. They cover the period from 1950 to 2000 and reflect the lives of a range of young people, black and white, living in what was for many years seen as the world's most openly racist society.

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    98,95 kr.

    Set in South Africa in the 1990s, a time when an increasing number of young black South Africans are dealing with the violence, the legacy of disrupted schooling and the continued struggle for survival. The story focuses on one boy's struggle for survival as he leaves the violence of his home and joins a gang of children living on the streets.

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    78,95 - 98,95 kr.

    This is the story of 12 year-old Sade and her brother Femi who flee to Britain from Nigeria. Their father is a political journalist who refuses to stop criticising the military rulers in Nigeria. Their mother is killed and they are sent to London, with their father promising to follow. Abandoned at Victoria Station by the woman paid to bring them to England as her children, Sade and Femi find themselves alone in a new, often hostile, environment. Seen through the eyes of Sade, the novel explores what it means to be classified as 'illegal' and the difficulties which come with being a refugee.

  • af Beverley Naidoo
    90,95 kr.

    The Mau Mau - the name of a secret society that once struck terror into the hearts of British settlers in Kenya. An episode in history that ended in a State of Emergency, with violent and brutal acts dividing a nation. This is an intensely personal and vivid story of two boys: one black, one white. Once they were friends even though their circumstances are very different. But in a country driven by fear and prejudice, even the best of friends can betray one another . . .Internationally acclaimed and award-winning author Beverley Naidoo explores new territory in this beautifully realized and moving story set in Britain's colonial past.

  • af Beverley Naidoo, James Whyle, Mike van Graan, mfl.
    148,95 kr.

  • af Beverley Naidoo & Jean Conteh
    82,95 kr.

  • af Beverley Naidoo & Jean Conteh
    82,95 kr.

  • af Beverley Naidoo, Christopher Donovan, Michael Marland & mfl.
    164,95 kr.

    These sixteen stories by new and internationally-known writers reveal a rich diversity of story telling. They offer a variety of forms, settings, contexts, characters, themes and language in stories that are both accessible and challenging. Authors include: R.K. Narayan, Beverley Naidoo, Mildred D Taylor, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Anita Desai. Paperback 168pp

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