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PLAYING FAIR – WALKER

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This is a 4-part series of discussion-starters about racism, respect and equality, for children. Walker is a young Aboriginal foster child whose only playmate is his dog. Jamie is a lonely young white boy who is afraid of dogs, and has some strange ideas about Aboriginal people. Walker ignores the racist jeering and taunting of the bigger boys and reaches out to Jamie. Together, they find friendship and understanding. The other titles in the series are: Carol’s Mirror; Mela’s Lunch; Hey, Kelly!

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PLAYING FAIR – MELA’S LUNCH

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This is a 4-part series of discussion-starters about racism, respect and equality, for children. Mela’s Lunch is the story of the unsteady beginnings of a friendship between Mela and Allison. Having just immigrated to Canada from India, Mela is trying hard to make friends and get used to her new surroundings. Peter and other classmates make her feel unwelcome and out of place. At first, Allison goes along with the group. The other titles in the series are: Carol’s Mirror; Hey, Kelly!; and Walker.

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PLAYING FAIR – HEY, KELLY!

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This is a 4-part series of discussion-starters about racism, respect and equality, for children. Hey, Kelly! – during a friendly game of tag, Robert calls Kelly a racist name and a fight ensues. The principal gives them a task to do during detention. While working together, Robert and Kelly learn to cooperate and also find out that they have something in common. The other titles in the series are: Carol’s Mirror; Mela’s Lunch; and Walker.

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PLAYING FAIR – MELA'S LUNCH

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This is a 4-part series of discussion-starters about racism, respect and equality, for children. Mela’s Lunch is the story of the unsteady beginnings of a friendship between Mela and Allison. Having just immigrated to Canada from India, Mela is trying hard to make friends and get used to her new surroundings. Peter and other classmates make her feel unwelcome and out of place. At first, Allison goes along with the group. The other titles in the series are: Carol’s Mirror; Hey, Kelly!; and Walker.

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PLAYING FAIR – CAROL’S MIRROR

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This is a 4-part series of discussion-starters about racism, respect and equality, for children. Carol’s Mirror – Carol is interested in playing the lead in her school’s annual play. The only problem is that the school puts on Snow White every year, and Carol is not white. After much lively debate, Carol and her classmates find a solution. The other titles in the series are: Mela’s Lunch; Hey, Kelly!; and Walker.

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PLAYING FAIR – CAROL'S MIRROR

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This is a 4-part series of discussion-starters about racism, respect and equality, for children. Carol’s Mirror – Carol is interested in playing the lead in her school’s annual play. The only problem is that the school puts on Snow White every year, and Carol is not white. After much lively debate, Carol and her classmates find a solution. The other titles in the series are: Mela’s Lunch; Hey, Kelly!; and Walker.

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