An Takouna Qaedan (Being a Leader) Citizenship Series by Cassie Mayer
  

Synopsis

An Takouna Qaedan (Being a Leader) Citizenship Series by Cassie Mayer

Books in this series introduce character values that are an important part of good citizenship. Each book uses playful and engaging illustrations to show situations that demonstrate particular characteristics ranging from leadership skills to being responsible and making friends. The books end by asking readers to wonder how they would behave, to demonstrate each characteristic.

About the Author

Cassie Mayer has written several series of children's books, including Our Global Community, First Biographies and Weather Watchers. Mark Beech developed a passion for drawing at a very young age, inspired by the works of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. After he travelled the world as a fabric designer, he returned to his roots as an illustrator of children's books

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Cassie Mayer
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing

Publication date

21st June 2012

ISBN

9789992194195


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