Peter and Grace Make a Difference: A Storybook on Sorcery Accusation Related Violence

A product that transpired from the Pacific Women-funded research project by the Australian National University on Sorcery Accusation Related Violence is a story book called ‘Peter and Grace Make a Difference’.

Peter and Grace Make a Difference is a book for children written by Anton Lutz and illustrated by Gazellah Bruder. It tells the story of two young children, Peter and Grace, who go on a journey of discovery about sorcery accusation related violence after their Aunty is accused in their village. The children speak with many people – a teacher, a doctor, a police officer, a missionary, members of their community, and their friends and family. Their teacher is a guide through Peter and Grace’s journey to understand that the accusations of sorcery should not be believed and gives them support to uncover the truth and find their own answers.

A film by Llane Munau and Anton Lutz based on the story of Peter and Grace along with teachers guides and a coloring book can be found on link: