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My Little Book of Big Freedoms The Human Rights Act in Pictures

Written by Chris Riddell, Amnesty International

My Little Book of Big Freedoms The Human Rights Act in Pictures Synopsis

A classic picture-book edition of My Little Book of Big Freedoms illustrated by the former Waterstones Children's Laureate Chris Riddell, published in partnership with Amnesty International UK. We all want a good life, to have fun, to be safe, happy and fulfilled. For this to happen, we need to look after each other and stand up for the basic human rights that we often take for granted. This book features 16 different freedoms, each accompanied by beautiful illustrations. It shows why our human rights are so important - they help to keep us safe. Every day. Featuring a stunning new cover and full-colour artwork for the first time.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781780555065
Publication date: 22nd June 2017
Author: Chris Riddell, Amnesty International
Publisher: Buster Books an imprint of Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 40 pages

About Chris Riddell, Amnesty International

Chris Riddell (Author) Chris Riddell is a prolific writer and illustrator whose work is familiar to both children and adults. He is known especially for his distinctive line drawings with their clever caricature, fascinating detail and often enchanting fantasy elements. He has won the prestigious CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal three times. Riddell and Michael Rosen also won the 2016 CLiPPA award for A Great Big Cuddle in 2016. His work includes the Goth Girl series, the Ottoline series and the picture books The Emperor of Absurdia and Alienography. The first Goth Girl novel won the Costa Children's Book Award in 2013. He received ...

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