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"...profoundly moving..." -Publishers Weekly
Zazi and Ziwelene's great-grandad is called Nelson Mandela. Once day, they ask their grandmother 15 questions about him and his life. As their conversation unfolds, Zazi and Ziwelene learn that Nelson Mandela was a freedom fighter, a President and a Nobel Peace Prize-winner, and that they can carry on his work today.
Seen through a child's perspective, authored jointly by Nelson Mandela's great-grandchildren and daughter, and published in collaboration with Mandela Legacy Media, this book brings Nelson Mandela's incredible story alive for a new generation of children.
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"...a good introduction to both Mandela's historical importance and legacy as well as to the difficult discussion of apartheid and racial discrimination." -School Library Connection
* School Library Connection * "...[a] child-friendly introduction to the topic of apartheid...demonstrates the simplification of momentous historical events and cultural concepts down to small and digestible kernels of truth." -School Library Journal
* School Library Journal * "...beautiful and inspiring... A gorgeous and personal tribute to Mandela's legacy." -Kirkus Reviews * Kirkus Reviews * "...profoundly moving..." * Publishers Weekly *