But It’s Not Fair

“…This publication makes an important contribution to the ongoing campaign to eradicate all forms of violence and ill treatment of young people”.

Chris Keates

 General Secretary NASUWT The Teachers’ Union

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But It’s Not Fair

“…This publication makes an important contribution to the ongoing campaign to eradicate all forms of violence and ill treatment of young people”.

Chris Keates

 General Secretary NASUWT The Teachers’ Union

But it’s not fair

“…This publication makes an important contribution to the ongoing campaign to eradicate all forms of violence and ill treatment of young people”.
Chris Keates (Ms), General Secretary NASUWT The Teachers’ Union

Aneeta Prem is the author of But It’s Not Fair. Her books have been donated to children in schools and so far she has donated tens of thousands of books to children in the UK and beyond. Her novels are funny, entertaining and educational.

Aneeta has generously donated tens of thousands of copies of But It’s Not Fair to children up and down the country. She has visited schools throughout the UK and talked to thousands of children. While giving out her book she found, for some children, this was the first book they had ever owned. She is determined that her new novel Cut Flowers will also be able to be donated to school children and she is making it a free resource to download on the Freedom website.

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Synopsis

Sofia and Vinny are sisters who live in the East End of London. Vinny, 15, knows she’s a bit of a freak because she loves school; she wants to be a teacher when she grows up. Sofia, 10, loves bling and celebrities and wants to be on the cover of the glossy magazines.

She thinks most things in life are just ‘not fair’. She doesn’t have a laptop or even a mobile phone, and she has to share a room with Vinny. Vinny’s safe world is turned upside down when Abby Kambi and her very traditional family move into the neighbourhood. Vinny and Abby quickly become best friends and Vinny starts to see how different life could be for her. Abby and her family go abroad to her cousin Sarina’s wedding in the summer holidays and Abby doesn’t return to school. Vinny and even spoilt brat, Sofia realise that there are far bigger issues than make-up, Facebook and getting your homework in on time.

What would you do if your best friend went on holiday and didn’t come back again? Would you turn a blind eye or would you stand up and shout ‘but it’s not fair’ until somebody listened?

but its not fair book drawing

Aneeta Prem is the author of But It’s Not Fair. Her books have been donated to children in schools and so far she has donated tens of thousands of books to children in the UK and beyond. Her novels are funny, entertaining and educational.

Aneeta has generously donated tens of thousands of copies of But It’s Not Fair to children up and down the country. She has visited schools throughout the UK and talked to thousands of children. While giving out her book she found, for some children, this was the first book they had ever owned. She is determined that her new novel Cut Flowers will also be able to be donated to school children and she is making it a free resource to download on the Freedom website.

but its not fair book drawing

Synopsis

Sofia and Vinny are sisters who live in the East End of London. Vinny, 15, knows she’s a bit of a freak because she loves school; she wants to be a teacher when she grows up. Sofia, 10, loves bling and celebrities and wants to be on the cover of the glossy magazines.

She thinks most things in life are just ‘not fair’. She doesn’t have a laptop or even a mobile phone, and she has to share a room with Vinny. Vinny’s safe world is turned upside down when Abby Kambi and her very traditional family move into the neighbourhood. Vinny and Abby quickly become best friends and Vinny starts to see how different life could be for her. Abby and her family go abroad to her cousin Sarina’s wedding in the summer holidays and Abby doesn’t return to school. Vinny and even spoilt brat, Sofia realise that there are far bigger issues than make-up, Facebook and getting your homework in on time.

What would you do if your best friend went on holiday and didn’t come back again? Would you turn a blind eye or would you stand up and shout ‘but it’s not fair’ until somebody listened?