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Author

George Rosling

George Rosling, born in Glasgow in 1960, has a wife, Lisa, and two children, Graeme and Eva. He is in the process of releasing a series of children’s books that involve children from different ethnic backgrounds. He will introduce kids at an early age to cultural awareness and religious education. In this multi-cultural society he is looking to encourage the children to teach the adults all about their friends’ religions, cultures and beliefs.


Rosling will have the children participating in various adventures that will involve each culture in tandem, and show how the children enjoy sharing their celebrations with each other as well as with their families. He is an avid believer in equality for all races and religions and wants to bring this across in this series of books for children.

Author's Books
The Four - Book Two - Teamwork

The friendships between the children Agrippa, Audrey, Basharat and Brielle – first introduced in George Rosling’s previous book The Four: Friends for Life – are growing stronger and stronger. They work as a team to complete tasks that enable them to raise money for the charity o...

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The Four: Friends for Life

Join the fun with Agrippa, Audrey, Basharat and Brielle. The Four is about the inseparable friendship of four children from different ethnic backgrounds when they are trapped inside their school building after an accident. They get to learn and respect each others’ cultures and beliefs when they v...

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The Four - Book Three - Celebrations

After having an amazing time at Agrippa’s house when they spent the evening under the supervision of his parents – described in Teamwork, Book Two of George Rosling’s series The Four – the children have now got the party bug. In this book of adventures, we will enjoy the children getting inv...

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