In Africa, a child wanders too far into the Knysna Forest. He never returns. Nine years later, two government officials, working on a census, find a white child living with a coloured family in the mountains on the other side of the forest.
George's Marvellous Medicine
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator
The Magic Finger
Danny the Champion of the World
The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me
James and the Giant Peach
Boy tales of childhood
Each page in this book depicts a 'Letterland' character surrounded by objects that begin with its sound, so there's always plenty of opportunity for young learners to practice their growing phonics skills.
This anthology of alphabetical verse is designed for anybody between four and 104 years of age. Young children will enjoy the sound of the words read to them, and older children will be stimulated to improve and increase their vocabularies.
Mr Hare Meets Mr Mandela is one of the last stories Chris van Wyk wrote before he died and it appeared in the Sunday Times Storytime: 10 South African Stories for Children. Mr Hare finds a R200 note on his doorstep. When he turns the note over he sees Mr Mandela’s face and decides to return it to Mr Mandela.