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How to be Extraordinary

Author: Rashmi Sirdeshpande  

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Whoever you are, and whoever you want to be, read about the extraordinary stories of these 15 people, and decide how you will be extraordinary too!

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Whoever you are, and whoever you want to be, read about the extraordinary stories of these 15 people, and decide how you will be extraordinary too!

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Description

Could you be extraordinary? This book will inspire you with the real-life stories of extraordinary people, showcasing a total variety of personalities and talents. Whoever you are, and whoever you want to be, read about the extraordinary stories of these 15 people, and decide how you will be extraordinary too!

From around the world and throughout history, discover unsung heroes - and some well-known faces - brought to life with astonishing story-telling and illustration.

Meet an artist, scientist, medic, environmentalist, musician, activist, writer, politician, and even a spy . . . above all, discover that there are many ways to be extraordinary and to make a real difference in the world.

Featuring the real-life stories of- Aeham Ahmad, David Attenborough, Mo Farah, Keiko Fukuda, Stephen Hawking, Frida Kahlo, Abdul Kalam, Judith Kerr, Wangari Maathai, Nelson Mandela, David Nott, Michelle Obama, Krystyna Skarbek, Alan Turing, Sau Lan Wu

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Critic Reviews

Featuring men and women to inspire every child . . . and adult! ni4kids Publishers are falling over themselves to produce inspirational books for young readers. How To Be Extraordinary is one of the best we've seen. Good Schools Guide Newsletter This is a rich resource for KS1 libraries and classrooms. It is a book which will be dipped into and read with pleasure. This is an author to watch: one whose evident passion for writing texts which are set to ignite curiosity in young readers shines through. LoveReading4Schools Add this one to family bookshelves and primary school class collections Red Reading Hub Welcome to a glorious new nonfiction tome covering 15 absolutely true stories of incredible human beings, each of whom are extraordinary - not by luck, but by sheer tenacity and hard work. I loved that I met both familiar and unfamiliar faces with the pages, each one with a remarkable story to tell. What great role models for young readers! -- Emma Perry My Book Corner

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About the Author

Rashmi Sirdeshpande is a lawyer turned children's author, with two young children who ask her lots of questions. Rashmi writes non-fiction picture books that ignite children's curiosity, as well as fictional stories that crackle with imagination. When she's not playing with words, you'll find her on her yoga mat twisting herself into all sort of shapes.

Annabel always knew she wanted to grow up to be an artist. Nothing makes her more excited than a pile of paper and a seriously sharp pencil. Annabel has created many beautifully colourful books, and she lives in the countryside with her husband and a house full of muddy boys and dogs.

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Product Details

Publisher
Penguin Random House Children's Uk | Puffin
Published
1st August 2019
Pages
32
ISBN
9780241385401
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