Peace and Me: Peace and Me: Inspired by the Lives of Nobel Prize Laureates by Ali Winter
What does peace mean to you? This illustrated collection of inspirational ideas about peace is based on the lives of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates of the 20th and 21st centuries, among them Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa and Malala Yousafzai. A must for anyone interested in exploring this essential issue of our times, this child-friendly exploration of what peace means to you and me is a book for every bookshelf.
Peace and Me by Ali Winter is inspired by the work of Nobel Peace Prize laureates – an inspiring collection of stories about extraordinary people from around the world working towards peace. A fascinating, inspiring and child-friendly book, giving thought provoking and clear examples of the different peace activities that can help build a better world. Beautifully illustrated by Mickael El Fathi, bringing to life each incredible story.
Ali Winter, author of Amnesty International-endorsed Peace and Me, is an experienced anthologist and nonfiction writer who has published internationally and is passionate about seeking out lesser-told stories from around the world.
Mickael El Fathi is an acclaimed French-Moroccan children's book illustrator. A former computer graphic designer and 3-D director, he now lives in France and helps children travel the world through his illustrations.
Amnesty International endorses this book because it shows how standing up for other people makes the world a better, more peaceful place.
USBBY OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL BOOK
Blue Peter Book Awards, Best Book with Facts longlist
Times Education Supplement Top Children's Books
Author: Ali Winter
Illustration: Mickael El Fathi
Age: 7+ years
32 pages - Hardcover
Printed on FSC certified paper with non petroleum based inks
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