Can You Say Peace? by Karen Katz
  

Synopsis

Can You Say Peace? by Karen Katz

International Peace Day is September 21st. On this day and every day throughout the year, children all over the world wish for peace. Karen Katz takes readers on a bright and colourful journey around the globe to meet some of these children and learn about the many ways to say peace! Karen Katz's bright and childlike illustrations are the perfect way to introduce the very young to the concept of peace and this annual day to celebrate it.

Reviews

With vibrantly colored patterns softened by soothing rhythmic lines ... this timely primer on nonviolence works in its simplicity. --Kirkus Reviews A great way to introduce multiculturalism to young readers. --The Oakland Journal The simple text and colorful folkloric illustrations with vivid patterns make this a good book to share with young children. --School Library Journal on My First Kwanzaa

About the Author

Karen Katz has written and illustrated more than twenty books for children, including The Colors of Us, My First Kwanzaa, and Counting Kisses.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Karen Katz
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Publisher

Square Fish an imprint of Palgrave USA

Publication date

3rd February 2016

ISBN

9781250073211


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