Amazing Grace

When her school decides to perform Peter Pan, Grace is longing to play Peter! But her classmates say that Peter was a boy, and besides, he wasn’t black. Luckily, Grace’s Ma and Nana are on hand to remind her that she can be anything she wants to be, if she just puts her mind to it… Mary Hoffman’s inspirational, much-loved story of overcoming obstacles is the first in a bestselling series about Grace.

“A groundbreaking book about race and gender when it was first published, and it remains an absolute standard – brilliantly told with superb artwork.” The Ultimate First Book Guide

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  • liked it

    I very interesting story, a great read, and great for primary school kids

    6 March 2014

  • this book was ok

    6 March 2013

  • not for me

    i like it but it is not for me

    4 June 2011

  • loved it

    I have read this book over and over. This is a story about a mixed race girl who doesnt think she fits in at school. She absolutley loves acting and at home doesnt stop dressing up and using her imagination to make up little plays. Her grandma believes in her and tells her she can be whatever she wants to be and in the end grace does just that. Beautiful story.

    3 March 2011

  • I have this book it’s very moving.

    3 March 2011

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