Released on 01 June 2017.

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Laila Levenson has always been the baby of the family, but now with her older siblings, Mira and Krish, leaving home just as she starts secondary school, everything feels like it's changing... can the reappearance of Nana Josie's Protest Book and the spirit it releases in Laila, her friends and her local community, help her find her own voice and discover what she truly believes in?

A powerful chime rings through Laila's mind, guiding her to walk the footsteps of the past on her way to discover her own future.

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[Tender Earth] illuminates the importance of equality, friendship and solidarity and upholds our right to protest against injustice
Amnesty International UK
Sita Brahmachari’s touching portrait of family life and self-discovery reveals how even the youngest members of society have the capacity to become human rights defenders
Amnesty International Book Blog
Inclusive Minds are delighted to welcome the arrival of Tender Earth on the children’s book landscape. We embrace a book like this that has been so thoroughly researched and demonstrates such authentic inclusion
Inclusive Minds
Sita Brahmachari at YA Shot

Sita Brahmachari at YA Shot

  • Uxbridge Library
    Uxbridge Library
  • 14 April 2018 17:00
14 April 2018 05:00Z 14 April 2018 05:50Z

YA Shot - Family, faith & identity with Sita Brahmachari, Simon James Green, Antonia Honeywell & Katherine Webber

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