Do you take the same bus to school every morning? Can you recall what the driver looks like? Find out how one student tries to save the job of his favourite bus driver. Not just another face in the crowd, but his hero and role model. This Chinese translation includes Hanyu Pinyin!
This Chinese version is translated by our very own Esther Foong (@estherlaoshi).
English version available here.
The Invisible People series is a tribute to some special people who hold very special jobs. These are the people who grow up with us, live right next to us, and roam around the neighbourhood every single day without fail. Yet, we may not treat them like they are a part of our lives. Let us get to know these Invisible People better and together, we can make them visible by blessing them with a heartfelt gift or even saying a simple ‘thank you’ to them today.
- Uncles At Work (Series 1)
- The Bus Driver (Series 1)
- Aunty Goes Home (Series 1)
- Ah Gong's Uniform (Series 2)
- The Night Shift (Series 2)
- Aunty Postman (Series 2)
- 阿公心爱的工作服 (Chinese)
- 巴士司机 (Chinese)
About the Author
Ames is married to her childhood friend Jonathan and they currently have two children. She initially started writing to alleviate cabin fever after converting to stay-home mum status and found her passion in storytelling. She taught English and History for several years, before travelling to train students in leadership and communication skills, both in Singapore and parts of Southeast Asia.
Dimensions: 12 x 12 cm