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The World Beneath free pdf At the height of South Africa s anti-apartheid struggle, a boy must face life decisions that test what he believes and call for no turning back. South Africa, 1976. Joshua lives with his mother in the maid s room, in the backyard of their wealthy white employers house in the city by the sea. He doesn t quite understand the events going on around him. But when he rescues a stranger and riots begin to sweep the country, Joshua has to face the world beneath the world deep inside him to make heartbreaking choices that will change his life forever. Genuine and quietly unflinching, this beautifully nuanced novel from a veteran journalist captures a child s-eye view of the struggle that shaped a nation and riveted the world."

About Janice Warman

Janice Warman is a South African born journalist whose career spans the "Observer, "the" Guardian, "the" Spectator, "the "Daily Mail, " and the BBC. She has published two nonfiction books for adults, including "The Class of 79, " about three students who risked their lives to help abolish apartheid. She lives in England."

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Author : Janice Warman
Publisher : Candlewick Press (MA)
Data Published :
ISBN : 0763678562
EAN : 9780763678562
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 176 pages
Age + : 10-14 years
Language : English
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