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Inspire children to engage more fully with others around the world with this visually stunning literacy text. Abu Lives in Kenya explores the life of Abu, a seven-year-old Kenyan Muslim. In his own words, Abu describes his family, friends, school and Muslim faith, while beautiful photographs and map work enable readers to engage with his locality and make direct comparisons with their own lives. Trialled by teachers, Abu Lives in Kenya Little Books are designed for use alongside the Abu Lives in Kenya Big Book (ISBN 0904379612), supporting independent reading alongside the shared text work facilitated by the Big Book. Abu Lives in Kenya is aimed at six- to nine-year-olds and is useful for RE, Literacy, and Geography; RME, Literacy and Environmental Studies in Scotland. For RE/RME lessons, Abu Lives in Kenya provides a motivating introduction to Islam; gives a global perspective on religion; supports learning from Christianity through a clear depiction of Christian Aid's work; extends pupils' understanding of our global community by making connections with children across the world; celebrates the multicultural dimension of faith. For non-fiction Literacy, Abu Lives in Kenya provides specific writing tasks to support Literacy; includes non-fiction writing features, such as an index, glossary and captions; gives shared reading a global perspective; stimulates pupils to think about their place in the world; encourages lively and engaging real-life comparisons.
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