Say Hello by Jack Foreman
  

Synopsis

Say Hello by Jack Foreman

A strikingly illustrated picture book with a strong anti-bullying message, from a father-and-son team. Based on the author's childhood experience, Say Hello tells the poignant story of a boy who is left out and all alone, while other children play happily together. Michael Foreman's beautifully spare illustrations perfectly complement the story's underlying message: When someone's feeling left out, low, it doesn't take much to say ...'Hello!'

Reviews

A useful addition to any school's PSHE collection. www.writeaway.org An uplifting book by a father-and-son duo with a strong anti-bullying message that encourages inclusion and shows the power of the easiest of gestures: a simple hello. Junior magazine

About the Author

Jack Foreman originally wrote this poem, based on a real childhood experience, when he was ten years old. It wasn't until many years later that he showed it to his father, and it became the picture book, Say Hello. Jack is currently studying art history at Nottingham University.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Jack Foreman
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd November 2008

ISBN

9781406313598


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