Do we really care about the Others? Do the Others care about the other Others? What do we do when forests are shrinking away to nothing?
The Circle is an inspiring story with globally-relevant themes. It is a modern parable about the most important issues of our time. It evokes innocence and the corrosive power of social pressure, exclusion and bullying.
In a troubled world, The Circle celebrates our universal need for understanding and peace.
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Ken Spillman is an acclaimed Australian author who began as a poet and has since written around 40 books spanning several genres. He has enjoyed considerable success with fiction for young readers, notably the Jake series, which now appears in more than a dozen countries across four continents. Ken is a popular speaker on writing and creativity and has presented sessions to more than 60,000 school children in Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman, the Philippines and Singapore.
Manjari Chakravarti lives and works in Shantiniketan, India. She has six solo exhibitions to her credit in Kolkata, Delhi and France. She has also participated in shows at the Galerie Neumeister in Munich, the Indian Embassy in Berlin, the International Art Summit on Women's Issues in Kathmandu, the India Art Summit in Delhi, the Emerging India-Royal College of Art, London, and the Khoj International Artists' Workshop in New Delhi. In addition, Manjari is the illustrator of Ken Spillman s The Great Storyteller.
One reason why writers should be treasured is that they can articulate the inarticulate. That's exactly what Spillman does. --Sunday Times
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