Hashim Amla: The fourth book in the inspirational new Road to Glory series for younger readers
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Hashim Amla is the fourth book in the brand new Road to Glory series, which covers South African sporting legends as they set out on their journeys to becoming national and international stars.
Written specifically for youngsters aged 10–14, Hashim Amla takes the reader close to all the action, and the ups and downs.
Hashim Amla began his career in Tongaat, Durban, where he and his brother played cricket in the street in front of their neighbourhood mosque.
Hashim was noticed by scouts and won a place at the prestigious DHS school, where he made a name for himself as a schoolboy cricketing prodigy. Through many highs and lows, he developed into an international sporting star – one who stayed true to his background while changing the nature of South African cricket for the better.
About the author
Jeremy Daniel is an author, screenwriter and musician. He has written extensively for children’s television and theatre, including as head writer for Takalani Sesame. He has also written a book, My Forever Friend. Back in the day, he was the founding member and bass player for seminal Cape Town indie band, Fetish. He lives in Cape Town with his wife and daughters.
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