Starring Grace

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Publisher: Frances Lincoln

Review

There is no end to Grace's imagination! It is the school holidays and she and her friends spend their time playing at being everything from doctors to ghost-hunters. Then when Grace takes part in her favourite musical 'Annie', she realises that what she really wants to be is a star!

This book tackles the subject of an absent father (he lives in The Gambia) and a mother's new boyfriend, with sensibility and great understanding of children's emotional needs. A multicultural celebration of childhood, effectively illustrated with vivid black-and-white artwork.

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