Cape Town's District Six is a lively community of people from many different ethnic backgrounds and it's a wonderful place to live. For 13-year old Siesie Ngaba, it has always been home. But this is all about to change. It's 1966 in apartheid South Africa and the Group Areas Act will turn District Six into a whites only area. Whole families are being forced to move to segregated zones, according to the colour of their skin. Siesie's father is Xhosa and her mother is Cape Coloured. How can Siesie and her family stay together when the authorities are determined to tear them apart?
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Belinda Hollyer has written many books for children and adults. She first heard about District Six during a visit to Cape Town in 1966, and its moving story has tugged her imagination ever since.Review:
'suitable for age 10 and above to read for pleasure, or to study racism or history...a useful addition to a class or school library.' -- School Librarian Journal 20021201
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