Image for Shine

Shine ([New edition])

Asuquo, SarahFisher, Nadia(Illustrated by)
See all formats and editions

  Shine is a touching and heart-warming journey through a child's worries and insecurities about being different. When Kai is bullied for being too tall and having a unique scar under his eye, he begins to wish he was the same as everybody else. With the help of his parents, can Kai learn that the things that make him different are the things that make him special, and let his own light shine through? And will he be able to help his friends, when they share similar worries of their own to him? With mindfulness activities for families to do together to build confidence and combat feelings of unworthiness. Beautifully illustrated, the book deals with issues of bullying, low self-esteem and forgiveness. Can be shared with younger children or read independently.   Sarah Asuquo wrote and self-published Shine in the middle of the pandemic, and it garnered a massive response in the number of sales, on social media, and was even even taken into 40 primary schools across the UK to be included in the curriculum and libraries. Now, with the help of Scholastic, this inspiring book is set to help thousands more families struggling with anxious children.

Read More
£5.99 Save 25.00%
RRP £7.99
Add Line Customisation
19 in stock Need More ?
Add to List
Product Details
0702324876 / 9780702324871
Paperback / softback
United Kingdom
Fiction of Black and Asian Interest
25 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations (colour)
28 cm
Previous edition: Kibworth Beauchamp: Matador, 2019.