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  • Verdi's La Traviata by Gyeong-Hye Lee
    Verdi's La Traviata (English, Paperback) Aurelia Fronty $13.60
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  • I Have the Right to Be a Child by Alain Serres
    I Have the Right to Be a Child (English, Hardback) Alain Serres, Aurelia Fronty

    With a very simple text accompanied by rich, vibrant illustrations a young narrator describes what it means to be a child with rights ? from the right to food, water and shelter, to the right to go to school, to the right to be free from violence, to the right to breathe clean air, and much more. The book emphasizes that these rights belong to every child on the planet, whether they are ?black or white, small or big, rich or poor, born here or somewhere else.? It also makes evident that knowing and talking about these rights are the first steps toward making sure that they are respected. A brief afterword explains that the rights outlined in the book come from the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1989. The treaty sets out the basic human rights that belong to children all over the world, recognizing that children need special protection since they are more vulnerable than adults. It has been ratified by 193 countries, with the exception of Somalia and the United States. Once a country has ratified the document, they are legally bound to comply with it and to report on their efforts to do so. As a result, some progress has been made, not only in awareness of children's rights, but also in their implementation. But there are still many countries, wealthy and poor, where children's basic needs are not being met. To read a summary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, go to www.unicef.org/crc/files/Rights_overview.pdf.

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  • Songs from a Journey with a Parrot by Magdeleine Lerasle
    Songs from a Journey with a Parrot (Multiple languages, Mixed media product) Magdeleine Lerasle, Aurelia Fronty

    Presents a collection of Brazilian and Portuguese children's songs and lullabies.

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  • Animals of the Bible for Young Children by Marie-Helene Delval
    Animals of the Bible for Young Children (English, Hardback) Marie-Helene Delval, Aurelia Fronty

    Introduces the animals found within the Bible and shows how even the smallest of creatures bear witness to God's wisdom and love.

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  • Malala by Raphaele Frier
    Malala (English, CD-Audio) Raphaele Frier, Aurelia Fronty

    A motivational biography outlining how nothing can stand between a girl and her fight for education

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  • Malala: Activist for Girls Education by Raphaele Frier
    Malala: Activist for Girls Education (English, Hardback) Raphaele Frier, Aurelia Fronty

    Describes how a young Pakistani activist was violently targeted by the Taliban for her efforts to secure educational rights for girls.

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  • Up and Down the Andes by Laurie Krebs
    Up and Down the Andes (English, Paperback) Laurie Krebs, Aurelia Fronty

    This rhyming text travels from Lake Titicaca all the way to the city of Cusco for the annual Inti Raymi Festival.

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  • I Have the Right to be a Child by Alain Serres
    I Have the Right to be a Child (English, Paperback) Alain Serres, Aurelia Fronty

    What are rights? Who has rights? In 1989, world leaders decided that Children needed a special convention, on which this wonderful picture book is based. I Have the Right to be a Child is endorsed by Amnesty International. "This book is lovely and is certainly an important addition to every child's bookcase" - Guardian Children's Books

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  • Malala: Activist for Girls' Education by Raphaele Frier
    Malala: Activist for Girls' Education (English, Paperback) Raphaele Frier, Aurelia Fronty

    Malala Yousafzai stood up to the Taliban and fought for the right for all girls to receive an education. When she was just fifteen-years old, the Taliban attempted to kill Malala, but even this did not stop her activism. At age eighteen Malala became the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work to ensure the education of all children around the world....

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