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Dare to be Different - A Cebration Of Freedom In association With Amnesty International Hardcover – 27 Sep 1999
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Amnesty International is a worldwide, voluntary organisation which campaigns for human rights across the globe. In this stunning collection of writings the contributors, including Malorie Blackman, James Berry, Geraldine McCaughrean and Quentin Blake,show that the principles of Amnesty International--justice, freedom and equality--apply to all of us in our daily lives and not just in the political arena.
The poems and stories in this stunning, colourful and hopeful little book celebrate the will and power of individuals to force changes in the world around them, and cleverly combines the best storytelling traditions with a thoroughly modern ideal.
With stunning illustrations which, without preaching or patronising, each touch on the issues that Amnesty International holds dear, Dare to be Different is a bright and passionate dip-into book which children and adults will love to read alone or together, and one which will take pride of place on any self-respecting bookshelf. (At least 5 per cent of the proceeds will go to Amnesty International). (Ages 8 and over) --Susan Harrison
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