Books tagged: cultural discrimination

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The Kilkenny Cat Book 1:
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Price: Free! Words: 94,870. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Social Issues
The Kilkenny Cat Trilogy is an allegorical story of all manner of discrimination practised throughout the world; and particularly in Ireland, Jamaica and England. Told through the eyes and experiences of travelling gypsy cats, it is a 'must' for all cat lovers and students of the 'Northern Riots', Ireland, Jamaica and 'Good v Evil. 'It is suitable for reading by teenagers and adults.
The Kilkenny Cat Book 2: "Justice"
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Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 97,270. Language: English. Published: October 20, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Social Issues
The Kilkenny Cat Trilogy is an allegorical story of all manner of discrimination practised throughout the world; particularly in Ireland, Jamaica and England. Told through the eyes and experiences of travelling gypsy cats, it is a 'must' for all cat lovers and students of the 'Northern Riots', Ireland, Jamaica, 'Black v White' and 'Good v Evil. 'It is suitable for reading by teenagers and adults.
The Kilkenny Cat Book 3: "Freedom"
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Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 97,160. Language: English. Published: December 2, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Social Issues
The Kilkenny Cat Trilogy is an allegorical story of all manner of discrimination practised throughout the world; particularly in Ireland, Jamaica and England. Told through the eyes and experiences of travelling gypsy cats, it is a 'must' for all cat lovers and students of the 'Northern Riots', Ireland, Jamaica, 'Black v White' and 'Good v Evil. 'It is suitable for reading by teenagers and adults.
Max and Rachid
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 3,530. Language: English. Published: June 18, 2013. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Social Issues / Prejudice & Racism
Max’s mum has decided to invite a boy from one of the poorer areas of Paris to spend the summer at her home in the country. She is hoping that Max will learn how to get on with someone less fortunate than himself, and also, that he will enjoy having a new companion.