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What Wesley Wore
9781999762841
By Samuel Langley-Swain
Published By

Owlet Press

ISBN 978-1-9997628-4-1
Children's Genre 3 years - 6 years
Publication Date 05/14/2019
Price 7.99
Binding Perfect Binding
Paperback Hyperlink https://www.owletpress.com/product-page/what-wesley-wore

Synopsis

A story encouraging young readers to embrace difference and develop empathy with adorable Wesley; who although charming and vivacious, is ostracised by the other weasels of Westburrow Wood. Themes of difference, bullying and acceptance are woven throughout this story, allowing for meaningful but warm and accessible home or classroom conversations.

Author's Bio

This book was written by an adoptive, dad of two, inspired by the prejudices he experienced in his youth, due to his choice of clothing not being acceptable within a small-town community. Samuel now focuses on ‘problem-solving’ books for children, namely problems around well-being (mental health) society or the planet.

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9 Comments

  1. A brilliant book.

  2. Delightful. Beautifully presented.

  3. A beautiful book telling an important story

  4. Compelling and uplifting, whilst dealing with a difficult theme. Gorgeous characters; we were rooting for Wesley as soon as he was introduced! – A lovely read.

  5. Brilliant book dealing with an important issue, really enjoyed reading with my children.

  6. An amazing book!

  7. Fantastic story!

  8. A fantastic and inspiring story for young readers, showing them that it is ok to stand out and be different. We love it!

  9. Great book

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