Children Who Changed the World: Incredible True Stories About Children’s Rights!
Marcia Williams, Marcia Williams
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Rights of the Child and the amazing children who have stood up for them all over the world.
From the heroes familiar to everyone, such as Malala Yousafzai, to the amazing activists you might not have heard of, like Baruani Ndume, the teenager who gave a voice to fellow refugee children in Tanzania, discover the incredible true stories of child activists. An inspirational and moving book from beloved author-illustrator Marcia Williams, providing the perfect introduction to an important subject and marking 30 years since the Convention on the Rights of the Child was signed by the United Nations General Assembly.
Endorsed by Amnesty International, these snazzily illustrated stories celebrate children's rights and the kids who've fought for them. Because no one is too young to change the world. * i * This is an excellent book that can be used simply to explore children's rights and discover inspiring role models or it could be a starting point for further investigation both within and outside the curriculum. * Barbara Band, Armadillo * Children who Changed the World serves as a detailed graphic history of the children's rights movement and the role that children have played as activists in agitating for a greater awareness of their needs and care. This is a great book for extending curricular concerns outside the classroom. * The Irish Times *
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