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Call Me Frank-bookcover

By: Rebecca Watson

Call Me Frank

Pages: 28 Ratings: 5.0
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This story celebrates resilience, creativity and individuality.School is terribly lonely for a shy boy named Francis Frank. Before climbing into bed one night, he wishes for a friend to play with.During a dream, Francis Frank meets his imaginary friend, Charles Charlie. Charles Charlie offers comfort, guidance and most importantly, friendship.Join Frank and his new friend in this adventure-filled story, where a lonely boy realises his imagination.

Rebecca Watson was born and raised in South Australia.

She enjoys travelling to exotic places and immersing herself in diverse cultures; nurturing her love of language and writing.

Rebecca has a Bachelor of Education from the University of South Australia. Call Me Frank is her debut picture book which gathers inspiration from working as a teacher.

She lives in Adelaide with her husband, Matthew, and their daughter, Sofia. 

Customer Reviews
7 reviews
7 reviews
  • Sabina Green

    Such a wonderful story to share with children who find it difficult to interact with their peers.

  • Patsy Ryan

    With the simplistic story and incredical art work this work is a wonder time and time again.

    My grandies (one BSD) love this book and read it and discuss their journey with friends at Kinder and school.

    It is hard place at the best of times

    I am going to donate a copy to every local library and every local school in my area over the next year.

    I eagerly await Rebecca's next book.

  • Carrie

    I love this little book, it is so sensitive about dealing with the school playground. Frank is a young fella all children can relate to. I have given many copies to young friends over the last months.

  • Maria F

    I loved reading this book and I recommend it for others to read.

  • Dianne Watson

    This is a fantastic book on so many levels. A must for all children under 12 to read. It teaches about resilience, what a powerful tool imagination is to overcome bullying.

  • Bookish Review

    This story celebrates what it means to be unique and to remain true to yourself no matter what others say. It can be difficult for some children to find their place in the school yard but this story helps children to realise their greatness.

  • John S

    Great book, lovely story! Would highly recommend!

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