I Have the Right to Be a Child Hardcover – Picture Book, June 1 2012
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- Publisher : Groundwood Books; Illustrated edition (June 1 2012)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 48 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1554981492
- ISBN-13 : 978-1554981496
- Item weight : 435 g
- Dimensions : 24.31 x 1.52 x 24.36 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #105,237 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
"...is a powerful work, and a handsome one." ― Publishers Weekly
... this book encourages teachers to use global picture books to explain how conditions are not the same throughout the world. -- Karen Hildebrand ― International Reading Association
"Provocative and guaranteed to spark awareness of children's rights" — Kirkus, STARRED REVIEW
About the Author
Alain Serres was once a kindergarten teacher who was inspired by his young students to write children’s books. He has since published more than one hundred titles for children of all ages, many of which have been translated into other languages. Alain founded the highly regarded French publishing house Rue du Monde, whose mission is to provide children with books that allow them to question and imagine the world. He lives in Voisins-le-Bretonneux, France.
Aurélia Fronty studied textile design at l’École Duperré in Paris before she began to illustrate children’s books. Her colorful, naïve-style art is inspired by her Catalan roots as well as her travels in Africa and Asia. She has illustrated more than forty titles, which have been published around the world. She has also exhibited her art in France and in the United Kingdom. She lives in Paris, France.
Helen Mixter is a translator who lives in Toronto, Ontario.
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Out of this came a discussion as to our responsibilities as world citizens, and as members of our own community.
Whilst it may appear quite basic, it is a great source for detailed and in depth discussions.