'Deliciously sinister. It's almost impossible not to be seduced' Louise O'Neill During your three years at Catherine House you will have no contact with those in the outside world. Each of our students has been selected as someone who belongs here. You will give to Catherine and Catherine will give to you. We will not let each other down. Catherine House is a university like no other. Into its celebrated world steps Ines, a young woman who welcomes the school's isolation rather than its illustrious past. As the gates close and Ines finds herself start to be inevitably seduced by its magnetic power, she begins to realise the question isn't why she chose to come to Catherine House; but why Catherine House chose her. 'A brilliantly observed tale brimming with subtle malevolence' Irenosen Okojie 'Echoes of The Secret History and Never Let Me Go' Daily Mail 'Moody and evocative as a fever dream, CATHERINE HOUSE is the sort of book that wraps itself around your brain, drawing you closer with each hypnotic step' Washington Post
The little zebra looks different from all the other zebras: he doesn't have any stripes! This beautifully illustrated story, ideal for reading aloud, follows the little zebra as he discovers that God loves him just as he is, regardless of his outward appearance. With a strong message of love and hope, young children can learn that whatever you look like on the outside,you are loved by God and have a special place in his world.
Designed for use with primary school children aged 7 to 12 years, this series looks at the journey through life in the six main world religions. Each title focuses on the significant events of birth, coming of age, marriage and death, using contemporary case studies from around the world. Questions and activities are a starting point for discussion about key concepts in religion and citizenship.