It's Storytime! READ: Is There Anyone Like Me? (Available for download in all 11 official languages)

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I wonder if there’s another me somewhere in the world…
I wonder if there’s another me somewhere in the world…

Is there anyone like me?

Someone who looks, talks and laughs like me?

This story about uniqueness and identity is brought to you by Book Dash, a local organisation that gathers creative volunteers to create new African storybooks that anyone can freely read, print, translate and distribute. 

Download the English PDF here

Download the Afrikaans PDF here

Download the isiZulu PDF here

Download the isiXhosa PDF here

Download the isiNdebele PDF here

Download the SiSwati PDF here

Download the Sesotho PDF here

Download the Setswana PDF here

Download the Sepedi PDF here

Download the Xitsonga PDF here

Download the Tshivenda PDF here

Created at Book Dash by Fred Strydom (writer), Jess Jardim-Wedepohl (illustrator), Stephen Wallace (designer). 

Find more stories in the Parent24 Storytime hub


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