Ontmoet vir Wanda, met haar pragtige bos hare. Sy is dapper en sterk, maar sy is ongelukkig omdat die seuns by die skool haar genadeloos terg. Deur Makhulu se haargeheime en stories leer sy egter om haar hare as 'n kroon te sien, en iets waarop sy trots kan wees.
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Ontmoet vir Wanda, met haar pragtige bos hare. Sy is dapper en sterk, maar sy is ongelukkig omdat die seuns by die skool haar genadeloos terg. Deur Makhulu se haargeheime en stories leer sy egter om haar hare as 'n kroon te sien, en iets waarop sy trots kan wees. Hierdie boek gaan oor identiteit en skoonheid, en is 'n viering van hoe kultuurtrots deur generasies heen geleer en oorgedra word.
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Mathabo Tlali was born and bred in the Eastern Cape and has the yearning to understand and engage the thoughts and realities of others through various artistic and digital platforms. A thespian at heart, she is a practitioner who currently engages the form of contemporary performance in order to translate her ideas; writing, directing, physical performance and producing are her key areas of interest. She is currently completing her second undergraduate major in sociology at Rhodes University after completing her primary major, drama and performance studies. She seeks to explore intersectional ways of connectivity between the past, present and future more so pertaining to identity politics within the performance and academic space. Sihle Nontshokweni is a PhD candidate at KU Leuven. Her research is focused on the successes and failures of school desegregation in post-apartheid South Africa. Prior to that, she lived in China, completing a master's at Peking University where she studied the aspirations of African migrant entrepreneurs living in Guangzhou, South of China. She has a deep interest in how racialised contexts affect identity and aspirations. Sihle is an avid reader, is passionate about creating positive content through YouTube and her personal blog sihlesapplecrunch.com. She is a lover of adventure and fitness, having completed a marathon and the popular Cape Cycle Tour. Chantelle and Burgen Thorne are internationally published illustrators with over 20 years' experience in educational publishing. The two are now focusing on picture books for children with several more titles being released internationally this year, because the magic of children's books is that they're not just for kids. Avid bookworms themselves, they take great delight in the visual storytelling of picture books, art and text working together, every word and every image adding to the reader's experience. Both have fond memories of being read to as children and this inspires them to make their illustrations as engaging, honest and relevant to young readers as they possibly can - what a wonderful way to spend one's working day! They are represented by Paul Moreton of the fabulous Bell Lomax Moreton agency worldwide.