Written by ALI WINTER | Illustrated by MICKAËL EL FATHI
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.
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
'A beautifully executed, powerful book. A remarkable addition to illustrated biography collections' – School Library Journal, STARRED
'This book is full of people who have striven to improve the lives of others and have consequently left a legacy years after their death. This is a brilliant book for anyone who loves discovering more about important figures in history' – BookTrust
'Fascinating, beautiful and moving in equal measure' – The Book Activist
A beautiful and inspiring collection of stories. We are using it in our ELT classroom and our teens love the illustrations.
Both my children and I kept going back to this beautifully-illustrated picture book with holds important messages.
My girls learned a lot from this book and keep going back to it. It has wonderful lessons of what our world needs in this day and age.
This book gives a simple but clear understanding of different peace activities that people can do. It is definitely inspiring and very recommended to be used to teach children about peace.
Not only did my kids find this fascinating - but so did I. We all learned so much from this beautifully illustrated book.