All children have the right to life, survival and development; to protection from violence and abuse; to education; to express their opinions and be listened to...
These are just some of the children's rights highlighted in this important and much-needed collection of stories and poems by a galaxy of well-known authors and poets, including two UK Children's Laureates.
The book is edited by leading children's book consultant, Jake Hope, and illustrated by Ruthine Burton, Chih-An Chen and Habiba Nabisubi, recent graduates of the Pop-Up Pathways scheme.
Stories and poems by Valerie Bloom, Sita Brahmachari, Cathy Cassidy, Maisie Chan, Joseph Coelho, Dom Conlon, AM Dassu, Nicola Davies, Anne Fine, Jamila Gavin, Morris Gleitzman, Jake Hope, Paul Jennings, Elizabeth Laird, CG Moore, Jackie Morris, Beverley Naidoo, RR O'Neill, Rashmi Sirdeshpande, Chitra Soundar, Jordan Stephens, Benjamin Zephaniah.
Endorsed by Amnesty International
Edited by Jake Hope
Hardback, 240 pages
19.8 x 12.9cm
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