Author(s): Marcia Williams
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Rights of the Child and the amazing children who have stood up for them all over the world.
From the heroes familiar to everyone, such as Malala Yousafzai, to the amazing activists you might not have heard of, like Baruani Ndume, the teenager who gave a voice to fellow refugee children in Tanzania, discover the incredible true stories of child activists. An inspirational and moving book from beloved author-illustrator Marcia Williams, providing the perfect introduction to an important subject and marking 30 years since the Convention on the Rights of the Child was signed by the United Nations General Assembly.
Important rights, such as the right to a safe place to live, the right to education and the right to protection from harm, are explained and explored through the stories of child activists who have stood up for them.
20 November 2019 (Child Right's Day) was the 30th anniversary for the signing of the Convention of the Rights of the Child by the United Nations. The UK also celebrates National Children's Day annually in May.
Comic-strip style is ideal for reluctant readers.