99 Immigrants Who Made Britain Great

Louis Stewart, Naomi Kenyon

A beautifully illustrated book celebrating the achievements of 99 inspirational characters who made a new life in Britain. From T. S. Eliot to Malala, Mo Farah to Jimi Hendrix. Each individual occupies a double-page spread, with a biography and a colour illustration. And a space to add your own 100th individual.
Date Published :
October 2020
Publisher :
Canbury Press
Contributor(s) :
Naomi Kenyon, Bonnie Greer
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Hardback
ISBN : 9781912454334
Pages : 224
Dimensions : 9.75 X 6.85 inches
Stock Status : In stock


This beautifully illustrated book, with an introduction by Bonnie Greer, celebrates the lives of 99 inspirational immigrants.

From Hans Holbein to Raheem Sterling, Freddie Mercury to Judith Kerr, and Joan Armatrading to Malala Yousafzai, it tells the stories of characters who made a new life in Britain – and helped to make us what we are today.

Many arrived almost penniless with little English. They achieved success because of their hard work and ingenuity, and their legacies have shaped British society. Without Michael Marks, we wouldn’t have Marks & Spencer. Without Ludwig Guttmann, there would be no Paralympics. Without so many others featured in this book, the UK would be drastically and surprisingly different.

Each entry includes an original illustration, with a profile of each individual and their incredible achievements. Every reader can add a 100th individual who has inspired them. Who would you add – perhaps a friend, relative, colleague or neighbour?

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