Swimming is Great by Miss Joyce,South London Professional Swim instructor 27+yrs
This book deals with the emotional insecurities of JEAN-PAUL, a young boy with big curly afro hair, on his way to, during and after, attending his very first swimming lesson in the big pool.
He is excited, apprehensive and a little scared. He asks lots of questions, providing an inside view into his lack of confidence.
He is taken by his Grandmother NANNIE JEANINE , who constantly offers him reassurance, support, and encouragement. Whilst waiting at the bus stop with NANNIE JEANINE , his friend EMILY and her Mum arrive, and they all get on the bus together. EMILY is attending her first swimming lesson as well. She is excited and talks to JEAN-PAUL, about her new swimming costume.
EMILY has shoulder length blonde hair, and has a physical impairment. She was born without a right arm. They are going early, to ensure that the teacher has read EMILY'S notes. They are also all going early to watch the lesson before their one, to know what it entails.
Number of pages: 33
Weight: 200 grams
Dimensions: 21cm x 21cm