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  • So I write children's books.

    Mildly educational children's books for 2 - 5 year old's. They are about an Indian princess called Aisha (after my daughter) who travels the world meeting new friends and exploring various countries. The idea is as we live in a multicultural world it is good to know about different cultures so why not make it fun and educational at the same time. Our children are our future and if we can help to make the world a friendlier and more peaceful place by encouraging them to embrace differences at an early age this can only help.

    I have a FB page that I use to display my books and generally promote multiculturalism.

    When i logged in last night to check what was going on, i was met with the following message........

    'Aisha is an Arabic name not an Indian name'

    The first thing I thought was... this is my point exactly. Why can you not have an Indian princess called Aisha? Yes it is an Arabic name, but Just because her name is Aisha does not mean she cannot be an Indian princess? Right?

    People need to be more open minded and embrace people for who they are.
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