Value and ethics are learnt in young age by role models as family, teachers or friends. Further, a message gets easier transported via a story. This was the idea to create “Pepe, The Red Race Car”, the fastest one in the early 1950’s and on the best way to win the World Championship. But then his opponent John started to use unfair measures and the deserved title seemed to be out of reach.
As it is important not only to identify injustice, but also to stand up against it, Pepe decided not to give up and to fight for his dream & against the corruption! A fast and entertaining book for children of 6 years and older.
The story is inspired by reality and a good base to discuss values and ethics with children, at home or school.
“4 – 3 – 2 – 1 – Start!” All the cars accelerated with maximum speed into the race. Left, right, right, straight on and left again. Pepe enjoyed it! After half time, he still was on the third position, but could see François and John fighting about the lead. It was a sharp right curve as he saw John breaking late, going alongside the blue car and then boxing him out of the race. Pepe recognized the gray official standing behind the boundary. He must had seen this unfair behavior and disqualify John for that. But to Pepe’s surprise nothing happened. …
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