Chris Cleave's official website. This links to the section on Little Bee.
This website will help round out your reading list. It features literature for and about the experiences of people from former colonies.
If you are interested in learning more about Nigerian English, the English that Little Bee speaks before she comes to England, check out this site.
Want to read Chris Cleave's take on parenting? Check out this archive of his parenting column in The Guardian.
Rumor has it that Nicole Kidman will play Sarah in the film version of the novel, to be produced by the BBC.
Lots of answers to questions that you too might have about the novel.
Maybe you were curious about the headline Little Bee sees, "ASYLUM SEEKERS EATING OUR SWANS" (1.116). If so, you'll want to read the story behind the story, in Chris Cleave's interview with Bob Hughes.
<em>The Guardian</em> (where author Chris Cleave happens to work) reviews the novel under its UK title, <em>The Other Hand.</em>
This one is from <em>The Telegraph</em>.
A review from <em>The Washington Post</em>.
A review from <em>The New York Times</em>.
Cleave shows his love for London and talks about how <em>Little Bee</em> came to be.
Check out Chris Cleave on <em>The Early Show.</em>
A sample of the audio book version of <em>Little Bee</em> is available here for you to sample.
Wow, Chris Cleave's shirt is just the color of his eyes.
This cover is pretty complicated, covered in stamps like a passport.
This orange and black cover features the profile of a woman, probably Little Bee.
A book cover with the alternative title, <em>The Other Hand.</em> This cover focuses on Charlie.