Kids' View of the World by Rebecca Mann, Candice Dunn
  

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Kids' View of the World by Rebecca Mann, Candice Dunn

Kids View of the World is an enchanting look at the world and the issues that interest and concern us, through the innocent eyes of children. Authors Candice Dunn and Rebecca Mann, both escapees from the advertising world, have spent several months meeting groups of children and individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds to discuss a wide range of issues and subjects, from war and peace to God and religion, from love and marriage to money and careers. Their unfiltered responses have been crafted into an uplifting, entertaining and often surprising narrative on the society in which we live. Most importantly, the children's collective story gives pause for reflection, making Kids View of the World the perfect small gift for anyone in need of a fresh perspective and a little time out. The design is simple and uplifting, with the unbridled spirit of a child in a burst of creativity. Images drawn from the Getty library have the appearance of being 'graffitied' by the children whose responses they illustrate, mimicking the accidental embellishing of family photographs that have fallen into the wrong little hands.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Rebecca Mann, Candice Dunn
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Publisher

Murdoch Books

Publication date

1st April 2004

ISBN

9781740454377


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