Callum is a nought - a second-class citizen; Sephy is a Cross. In their world, Noughts and Crosses don't mix. Can Callum and Sephy find a way to be together? In what has already become a modern classic, award-winning author Malorie Blackman tackles the issues of prejudice and racism in a way that will thoroughly engage and inspire students.
- An intelligent and emotional book your students will not want to put down
- Strong themes for discussion (racism, prejudice) and links to Romeo & Juliet
- National Curriculum-recommended author
- Supported by extensive teacher resources online and student-focused Reading Guides
- Durable, soft covers your students will want to pick up
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