author/illustrator: Lola Boudreaux/Justine Duhé
21 x 27 cm
All Free and Equal?
A thought-provoking interactive book to understand the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
With budding investigators Juliette and Pablo, young readers try to identify injustices and situations in which human rights are violated or, on the contrary, protected, in six everyday life scenes.
Articles from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and hint questions help them.
On the next spread, the investigation report provides solutions and information on human rights.
The book also gives ideas for concrete actions, at a child's level, to stimulate their creativity to respect and defend human rights.
+ An entertaining book based on a text translated into over 500 languages and signed by more than 190 countries.
+ Six investigations on fundamental human rights.
+ School, street, market, gym... real-life situations so that every child can easily relate.
+ A double-page spread devoted to a simplified version of the Universal of Human Rights.
Every day, all over the world, thousands of children exclaim "It's not fair", "They are not allowed to do that!" What if, thanks to the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we gave them the arguments to help them understand their indignation and make their voices heard?
By a new promising French publishing house: Athizes.