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Stacey's Books

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Order books by Stacey Fru for your reading or as a gift. Postage is Free for 3 or all copies in South Africa.

Smelly Cats

Written at age 7

R170 buy now for R150

Smelly Cats was written without her parents’ knowledge. It is about 2 cats who are cousins. It portrays the common challenges of different socio-religious and academic backgrounds and challenges posed by geographical locations to the two on a daily basis. Stacey’s book also depicts that even though the cats come from the same family, they are bound to have differences due to who they are. The constant fights are real reflections of daily lives. Want to know more?

Bob and the Snake

Written at age 8

R170 buy now for R150

This book is about Bob, a boy who loves snakes with his whole heart. His birthday is coming up and he is super happy because he heard his parents talking that they may buy him a real snake for his birthday. Bob learns to respect his parents by disrespecting them. To her; “no matter how much they try, children will always be naughty and parents will always be hard.”  Hungry for more? Order copies.

Smelly Cats on Vacation

Written at age 7

R150 buy now for R130

This book is a follow-up of ‘Smelly Cats.’ Smelly Cats on Vacation is about Mack and his father’s fantastic holiday in Namibia. Mack and Mark remained mischievous throughout the holiday. Unfortunately, Mack comes back to South Africa with an injury. What happened to the girls in the book Smelly Cats? When schools reopen, smelly cats go to High School.

Where is Tammy

Written at age 9

R160 buy now for R150

Many other children including 6-year-old Tammy depends on grown-ups, to become grown-ups themselves. Unfortunately, like many children, Tammy was taken away by strangers as he walked beside his father. Tammy’s reunion with his overjoyed father hours later, gives Stacey an opportunity to teach children about Safety and Security different situations and to remind grown-ups that child kidnapping is real. Play-Your-Part! Make the world a better place.

Tim’s Answer

Written at age 9

R160 buy now for R150

Why do many of us look out of our communities for role models? Stacey upholds the African Identity. She invites readers to look within Africa for role models. In this book, Tim fails to find a role model during a school project. He goes overseas to search in American and Europe, but no luck. Finally, the disappointed Tim comes back to South Africa only to find out that Tata Nelson Mandela is his number one role model. Play-Your-Part! Be a better role model.