Just published!

Alix Burrell, mother of Heather Hawkins, a Grade 2 student at the UWCSEA Dover campus, is the author of a picture book called "I Hate Peas".

Alix paid for 1000 books to be published and agreed to donate 100% of the proceeds to Heather's choice of charity, and Heather chose Tabitha as the lucky recipient.

The rhyming text is perfect for children up to grades 2 or 3.  See the sample pages.  It is light to post and at a cost of only $10 is superb value.

UWCSEA has 500 copies to sell. At only $10 each we'll be able to raise $5000 for Tabitha's superb micro-credit family partnership programme and can raise the profile of parent and student achievements at UWCSEA.  The books are for sale in Reception at both campuses and in the Senior School Centre on the Dover campus.

You can also purchase the books at Borders and Kinokinuya, but they get 40% of the proceeds so for Tabitha's sake we prefer to sell them direct. 

Support Tabitha-Cambodia

Thanks to Alix's daughter Heather, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Tabitha, one of the UWCSEA Global Concerns, which empowers the poorest people in Cambodia to move themselves out of poverty.  If you wish to support Tabitha further, a new range of novel gift certificates are also now available.