|By||Sue Hampton, People Not Borders, Paula Watkins|
|Children's Genre||3-6 yrs; 17 illustrations|
In simple, sensitive verse, ‘I am me’ explores the experience of a young refugee child leaving a war zone and arriving in the UK – the fears, the confusion, and the hope and joys of beginning a new life.
Sue Hampton is an ex-teacher and now the author of more than 30 titles for children, teens and adults across genres. She is a Trustee for People not Borders, a group of volunteers supporting refugees, and an Ambassador for Alopecia UK.
“A great book which brings you closer to the real experience of refugee children”
Mark Meatcher (Amazon)
In the delightful verse that it is written in, it gave me something quite profound to think about and at least two out loud laughs.
Christina Billington (All Saints newsletter)