I answer your questions about my life. How old are you? Do you have kids? Can you tell us about your life? Do you have any pets? How tall are you?
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About Multicultural Me
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Entries by Multicultural Me
I answer your questions about the book illustrator Jason. Can you describe the illustrator? How do you know the illustrator and how did you find him?
I answer your questions about my next books. Are you going to write more books? How many other books have you made or written?
I answer your questions about the book characters. Did you write the book about people you know? Who is your favourite character? How did you come up with the characters? Which character in Multicultural Me represents you the most? Why did you not name the other kids?
I answer your questions about making the book Multicultural Me. Why did you choose that title? Why are all the words in capital letters? How long did it take to write Multicultural Me? Who else helped to make the book? What is your favourite part of the book?
I answer your questions about why I moved to Australia. Why did you move from your country to Australia? Do you miss your family back in Africa? How long did it take to get here? How old were you when you moved to Australia? Did you have war in your country?
I answer your questions about my family and life in Zimbabwe. What was it like in Zimbabwe? What kind of clothes do they wear in Zimbabwe? Is it hot in Zimbabwe? Does your family live in a different country? Where did you live in Zimbabwe?
I answer your questions about being a poet. When did you learn to start writing poetry? Do you like to write poems? What’s your favourite type of poem? What’s the best thing about writing books like Multicultural Me? How did you write the book?
I’ll read the verse then talk about my dreams and what I wanted to be when I was a little girl. Key words: goals, hope, aspire/aspirations Theme: Looking to the future Taku’s Tip: Dream the biggest, craziest things about what you want to be when you grow up. Dreams can come true!
I’ll read the verse then talk about my new day and making new friends. Key phrases: new day, we see, become friends Theme: Always being willing to make new friends Taku’s Tip: Look after yourself and your friends because good friendship makes life so much better!