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Cyborg Cat: Rise of the Parsons Road Gang

by Ade Adepitan (author) and David M. Buisan (illustrator)

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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Product description

When Ade moves to London from Nigeria, he knows things will be different. But nothing can prepare him for the ups and downs of life on Parsons Road! Ade doesn’t always feel welcome in his new area. Fitting in is hard, especially with his leg in a brace. But when Ade dares to be brave and takes on the school bullies, he surprises himself – and the kids on his new street. It’s not long before his big heart, courage and cool football skills help him make new friends who will always be there for him…

  • A touching semi-autobiographical story by Ade Adepitan
  • Explores disability, being different and moving to the UK
  • Ade is an OBE and Paralympian wheelchair basketball star
  • He is also a TV presenter, actor and documentary maker
  • Fast-moving, funny, heartwarming and full of illustrations

“The story is full of positive messages; Ade has to overcome many hurdles… This is a lovely story based on Ade’s real life experiences. It would be well used in class for lessons linked to perseverance and a growth mindset.” School Librarian

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781848128996

Publisher

Piccadilly Press

Date published

June 6th, 2019

Other details
  • 208 pages
Condition

New

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