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A Zebra Called Dottie

a zebra called dottieA Zebra Called Dottie – Who’s my dad? Why do all the other kids have a dad and I don’t know who my dad is? What is the meaning of beauty? Am I beautiful? What should I do when kids make fun of me at school?In this endearing tale, spotty the zebra, learns the answers that are best for her. Enjoy the book, question it, or suggest your own answers. Another great book published by Saita publications, letting books fly free on the internet (translated from the original Greek version).

By: Eleni Svoronou and Madeilene Theochari

 

 

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  • Nice story but i would like to know whether this story would be appropriate for orphaned children living in care home. I am in search for works of fiction that can safely be used as therapeutic treatment for their emotional troubles.

     
    • Hi Emmanuel, I believe Dottie’s story is nice for orphaned children, as it’d character has many difficulties to overcome. Try also Chuskit’s Chair, and Uncle Uh-Oh, there are many nice stories that will be enjoyable for orphans just for entertaiment, but there are many in our disabilities and differences category that the children may relate to.

       
  • Danielle (site editor) writes:
    A beautiful book, three stories with some answers to questions and concepts that children will have growing up. Very good topics for thought and talking about with children. I love where Dottie get’s an ‘A’ for her story about beauty. Can’t wait to read it to the children.

    safi writes:
    good

    Samruddhi Ganesh Mohite writes:
    This is a beautiful book I mean like there are not many books that actually have three stories in one and all those three stories are also very nice and they are also for all the children who are not only 7 to 8 years old but 9 to 14 year olds. This is a very good book and I hope you read this book too. I give this book a 10 out of 10.

     
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