English edition "Leather Shoe Charlie"

New English edition of our children's picture book "Leather Shoe Charlie" by Gyeong-hwa Kim.  Edited by famous children's author, Joy Cowley (Oct, 23, 2014 big and small publishing). The book is available on amazon.co.uk. The title "Leather Shoe Charlie" is part of the "Economy and Culture Story Books" collection. The Industrial Revolution as seen through the eyes of a boy named Charlie, growing up in Manchester, England. Through this story, young readers can understand what the industrial revolution was and the economic concept of industrialisation.

"In a small village in England, lived a boy called Charlie. He always wore leather shoes made for him by his grandfather who was a cobbler. The shoes were well made and comfortable, and Charlie was proud of them."



This "Economy and Culture Story Books" series introduces children to economic concepts, as well as history, geography and culture through well-written stories illustrated by artists from around the globe. Each story is set in a different country and introduces a different economic concept.

Product Details
Leather Shoe Charlie
Paperback: 36 pages
Publisher: Big and Small Publishing (Oct. 23 2014)
ISBN-10: 1921790903
ISBN-13: 978-1921790904
Product Dimensions: 21 x 15 x 2.2 cm
Shipping Weight: 381 g

About Joy Cowley
Joy Cowley is an internationally recognized author of fiction for children as well as
adults. She has published more than 600 early readers along with numerous novels and short stories. She, also has worked as a teacher of creative writing in more than 10 countries. Now, in her seventies, Joy needs to limit travel but still enjoys contact with children through hundreds of letters each month. She believes that children need to see themselves and their own culture in their literature. She lives in Wellington, New Zealand.