The Rainbow Cloud

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Mkabayi and Mmama are twin sisters who love and protect one another.
The Rainbow Cloud

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SHORT STORY FOR KIDS WRITTEN BY ZANELE DLAMINI

ILLUSTRATED BY SELINA MORULANE

DESIGNED BY SIBUSISO MKHWANAZI

EDITED BY GLYNIS LLOYD

* THE STORY ‘THE RAINBOW CLOUD’ WAS CREATED BY BOOK DASH AND IS LICENSED UNDER A CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION 4.0 LICENSE. MINOR FORMATTING CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE ORIGINAL WORK FOR EASE OF READING ON OUR WEBSITE.

 

LET’S DISCUSS THE STORIES ~ IDEAS FOR TALKING WITH KIDS

Bullying

1. Do you think it was right for the boy to say that he would not play with Mkabayi because she was cursed? How did his words make Mkabayi feel?

2. What are some other things that Mkabayi could have done to feel better after she was bullied by the boy?

3. Mmama protected her sister from the nasty boy by using rainbows. If rainbows symbolise doing something nice, how might you protect your sister or brother in real life by using ‘rainbows’?

Family

1. Why do you think it’s important for family’s to stick together?

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