Sosu is shunned by his fellow villagers because he is unable to walk. They believe he is bad luck until, one day, through his heroism and bravery, he is redeemed in their eyes. A wonderful story for children learning about fairness, prejudice, and equality.
How Does Someone Else Feel?
Ask your child to choose a scene from the story and describe how he/she thinks Sosu was feeling at the time. What thoughts might have been going thro...
My Strengths and Challenges
Sosu has weak legs, but in what ways is he strong? In what ways are you strong? In what ways do you have challenges?
Be an Engineer
Help your child design something that would make Sosu’s life easier. (ramps, wheelchair, communication system. . . Draw the design, use playdough, bl...