The paperback being used to tackle prejudice

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The paperback being used to tackle prejudice

A new scheme which aims to tackle prejudice through fiction is being rolled out in London schools.

Pupils are being taught the serious lesson through a fantasy adventure story which contains a message about intolerance.

 'The Heartstone Odyssey' is being handed out to to year seven students at Walworth Academy.

The book follows a heroine named Chandra on a magical journey, as she overcomes a number of obstacles including racism.


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