A Wisbech teacher and her cousin have written a series of children's books... But these aren't your typical fairy tales.
They tell the story of Eastern European children coming to live in the UK and help children of migrant parents learn the language. Carrie Norman, of Peckover School in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, has written eight titles in Lithuanian and English with graphic designer Kate Woods and we sent our reporter Johnny Dee to meet them...
Available since: Wed 26 Jun 2013
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First broadcast: 26 Jun 2013
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