What Happened to Monday? by Uloma Hafstad
  

What Happened to Monday?

Written by Uloma Hafstad
Illustrated by
Part of the HIV/AIDS Action Readers S. Series

RRP £4.00

Synopsis

What Happened to Monday? by Uloma Hafstad

Monday is a likeable, generous and curious boy, growing up in difficult circumstances. His curiosity leads him into trouble but it also means that he finds out the truth about HIV and AIDS, and tries to help those around him. HIV/AIDS Action Readers aim to promote good health practice through extensive reading. They are designed to help young people to develop the knowledge, attitudes, self-esteem and skills needed to manage their relationships safely and happily, and to cope better with the crisis of HIV and AIDS, which is affecting all our communities today. HIV/AIDS Action Readers are suitable for use across the curriculum: in literacy, social studies and science classes as well as in after-school or community clubs.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Uloma Hafstad
More books by Uloma Hafstad

Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

1st March 2006

ISBN

9781405073363


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