The Life of Stephen Lawrence
A rejacketed, revised edition. This remains the only children's book in the market that celebrates the life of Stephen Lawrence.
Stephen Lawrence was a bright, athletic, young man with high hopes for the future. He lived in south-east London with his parents, younger brother and younger sister. On 22 April 1993, he was brutally murdered while he was waiting for the bus. He was eighteen years old.
He didn't know his killers; his killers didn't know him.
This is his story. He will be remembered.
This paperback edition revised with added material about the trial, the legacy of Stephen Lawrence and a final note from Doreen Lawrence.
Praise for The Life of Stephen Lawrence
An honest, deeply moving celebration of Stephen Lawrence's young life in simple accessible prose. It represents an outstanding achievement by Tamarind. Every primary school should have several copiesScholastic Primary Update - Best Books 2001
Verna Wilkins rises to the challengeBooks for Keeps
A landmark in children's non-fiction publishing and treats a tragedy with sensitivity and quiet dignity . . . Clearly written, with a definite audience and purpose, here is non fiction at its best. This book should be required reading for every primary school childAnne Faundez, Junior Education
RALIC resources officer, Chris Routh, and director of INSET, Pru Goodwin were privileged to attend a remarkable book event in April. Chris Routh writes: This term we were invited to such an event: the launch of a book to celebrate the life of Stephen Lawrence. Our expectations that this was going to be an important and extraordinary occasion were fully realised.Reading and Language Information Centre