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  •  Running Shoes (ENGLISH)

    Running Shoes (ENGLISH)

    Sophy and her mother are poor. They live in a small village in Cambodia with no doctor, hospital, or school. Sophy has a secret wish for something that will change her life forever. With the help of a pair of running shoes, Sophy might just be able to make her wish come true.
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  •  Caged Birds of Phnom Penh

    Caged Birds of Phnom Penh

    Author: Frederick Lipp
    Illustrator: Keïko Henke

    Synopsis: A young Cambodian girl, 8 years old, who leave in Phnom Penh, saves her money to buy a bird on which to make a wish for her poor family’s future.
    As a tradition in Asia, by releasing a caged bird, all you wish will come true.

    🎁 Recommended from 6 to 12 years old.

    #Asian culture, #Asia, #Tradition, #Value of education
    #Hope, #Dream, #Observation, # Freedom
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  •  Mirabel, Cat of the World

    Mirabel, Cat of the World

    Author: Jean-Claude Redonnet
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis: Mirabel is truly a cat of the world. A Canadian-born black and white cat with green eyes, her paws are white, like the winter snow.

    Mirabel agreed to follow my family around the world in my travels as a diplomat, and in each place, she learned to speak the language. She spoke English and French, Japanese and Arabic, Russian, ... and probably many more. I recently discovered that she was studying Khmer to prepare for a visit to Cambodia.

    One morning, Mirabel asked me if I could use my keyboard to narrate her experiences as a cat, traveller, linguist, and avid book reader.

    Here is Mirabel's story, in her own words.

    🎁 Recommended from 6 to 16 years old.

    #Journey, #Travel, #Discovered the world
    #Learning different languages
    # Humor # Love of books # Love of animals

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  • Gusto Singapore (ENGLISH)

    Gusto Singapore (ENGLISH)

    A story with an intercultural message for all. Based on Truth and told with imagination. Sharing the importance of instuition.
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  • Sometimes, I need you.

    Sometimes, I need you.

    Author: Maria Lamrani Alaoui
    Illustrator: Marie-Cécile Jaudon

    Synopsis: On the path to become a grown up, you discover what is happening in your little heart and your little body.
    While discovering, you learn.
    While learning, you grow.
    You learn to look inside yourself and understand how you feel.
    Reading this little book is learning to recognise your emotions, your needs, and how to express them.

    🎁 Recommended from 2 and above.

    #Growing up, #Recognise your emotions, #Express your feeling, #Mindfulness


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  • Around the World with Sophie and Rémy

    Around the World with Sophie and Rémy

    Author: Ravie Khing
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis: This magical story conveys the value of friendship and the passing of knowledge from one generation to another through learning about different cultures and cooking 25 international recipes.

    A fascinating story that any child and adult would have fun reading and cooking with!

    The quality of the illustrations adds to the magic and poetic value of the text.

    🎁 Recommended from 4 to 10 years old.

    #Cooking, #international recipes, #Learning about different cultures,
    #Friendship, #Passing knowledge from one generation to another
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  •  Fantastic Daydreamer (English)

    Fantastic Daydreamer (English)

    A Cambodian boy, bored at school, who thinks that he does not fit in, may discover a colorful world beyond the grey city walls. Books and nature will help him in his search.
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  •  Chalk

    Chalk

    Author: Frederick Lipp
    Illustrator: Prom Vichet and Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis: Amara, a young 6-year-old girl, discovers and understands the value of a piece of chalk. This beautiful story is about a left-handed little girl in rural Cambodia who make of her difference, a force to reunite people and work together.

    The story takes place in Cambodia but could take place anywhere in the world; therefore we can see our own childhood in her happy journey to learn writing and reading.

    🎁 Recommended from 6 to 16 years old.

    #Learning, #Work together, #Friendship, #Value of education
    #Hope, #Difference, #Left-handed children
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  •  Sky, One girl in a million

    Sky, One girl in a million

    Author: Fred Lipp
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis:
    Sky, a young Cambodian girl, wants to be a Tuk-Tuk driver. Traditionally this career is reserved for men.
    As she attempts to fulfil her dream, will she be able to overcome the challenges?

    Based on a true story from 2010, this Graphic Novel invites us to discover the beautiful city of Phnom Penh.


    🎁 Recommended from 8 to 18 years old.

    #Dream, #Hope, #Self-transcendence, #Gender Equality,
    #Dailylife in Cambodia, #Phnom Penh, ## Tradition versus Modernity
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  • What is now?

    What is now?

    Author: Maria Lamrani Alaoui
    Illustrator: Marie Cécile Jaudon

    Synopsis: Imagine this book as a pair of glasses.
    These glasses enable us to see the little tree that grows on the way to school, the loving look from the neighbour's dog, the bird that lands on our window sill every morning, the rays of sunlight that warm our body, and all those things that are right in front of us.

    Imagine wearing those glasses every day.
    What would you see? How would you feel?
    Pick them up, and try them on!
    See what you discover...

    🎁 Recommended from 2 years old.

    #Growing up, #Autonomy,
    #Empathy, #Sensitivity, #Mindfulness, #Learning to recognise your emotions
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