My Little Book of BIG Freedoms is a beautiful, inspiring book for everyone, young and old. Inside you'll find sixteen drawings by Chris Riddell, Children's Laureate, encapsulating the freedoms and protections people enjoy every day in the UK, but often never notice.They are taken from our Human Rights Act and simplified as: life, protection, freedom, safety, fairness, justice, family, belief, thought, togetherness, love, solidarity, ownership, knowledge, hope and mercy. This is a thoughtful and uplifting gift for children and adults and is suitable for all those over the age of four.'I've drawn some pictures for you. Each of them shows one of our freedoms and how it can help each of us when we need it. I hope you like them.' Chris Riddell
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Chris Riddell is an illustrator, artist and political cartoonist and is UK Children's Laureate 2015-17. He has enjoyed great acclaim for his books for children which have won a number of major prizes, including the 2001 and 2004 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medals. His work includes the bestselling Ottoline books, The Emperor of Absurdia, and, with Paul Stewart, Muddle Earth and the Blobheads series. www.childrenslaureate.org.uk/chris-riddell/laureate-logReview:
This is a lovely book and I love Chris' illustrations. They're a great way of sparking conversations with children about things that really matter. Talking about human rights at any age is good for us and the society we live in. (Sue Palmer, literacy expert and author of Toxic Childhood: how the modern world is damaging our children... and what we can do about it) A thought-provoking stocking filler. (The Guardian); It would be hard to find anybody, young or old, not enchanted by this pocket-sized book. (Booktrust); This was a really interesting book to share with my sons and it provided talking points that I wouldn't necessarily have known where to begin - if it were not for the short prompts from this book. I think it's one we will return to again as the boys' knowledge and understanding of the world grows. I would recommend it for all ages, you can never be too young to understand your human rights. (monkeekate-from-taunton - Toppsta Review) This book is perfect for us as a talking point for children's rights. It is very short with a BIG message and features the 16 freedoms that keep us safe. My children loved the dog representing Safety and the polar bear for Togetherness. My children had no idea who Amnesty International were so again it served as a springboard to discuss their work too. (gayleymoo-glasgow - Toppsta Review) Can't decide which of @chrisriddell50's illustrations in My Little Book of Big Freedoms I like best. Each gentle and powerful at once. (Joanna Sholem @BookJo); Fantastic, important book for kids by Chris Riddell & @AmnestyUK Already a favourite in our house(& not only for me!) (CaoilfhionnGallagher @caoilfhionnanna)
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Descripción . Paperback. Estado de conservación: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería TT01504818B