Based on the true story of a heroine and humanitarian...
Born in the jungles of Borneo, Elizabeth Choy travels to Singapore
and becomes a teacher. As a result of helping prisoners-of-war
during the Japanese Occupation, she is imprisoned by the Japanese military police and subject to torture. Yet, Elizabeth's spirit remains unbroken. Journey with our wartime heroine as she overcomes adversity to meet her namesake, Queen Elizabeth of England, and become one of Southeast Asia's most celebrated women.
There Was a Peranakan Woman Who Lived in a Shoe
... the sing-a-long songs encapsulate life on our sunny island, from hawker food to traditional festivals, making this a fun way to teach little ones about their heritage.
—Time Out Singapore
Singaporean writer Gwen Lee reinvents well-known Western nursery rhymes for the local child in this quirky collection.
—The Straits Times