Angel and Turkish by Angella Campbell

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There were two little girls, Angel and Turkish, one African and one Turkish, living side by side on the same street in Switzerland. Friends from kindergarten, they now are in primary school, in a different class one. On sunny days they try and meet outside. Would you like to know what color their bicycle is? What's about the princess birthday cake? Why Angel is thinking about changing her dress color? What's about the game they call language game? What her answer is when Turkish ask her why she is going to church? Why she spent her holiday with her aunt and her cousin in New Jersey USA and not in her mother's homeland called Jamaica? And what was behind when Angel was shouting out in a very special shop in New Jersey USA. This book brings children to understand each other, It does not matter where you come from, one can always learn from each other. True love brings togetherness, that's what they will learn.
 

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Published July 21, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books.

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