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I will use this in my classroom for a readaloud about children's rights.Published 14 months ago by Carol S.
Fantastic book to teach about The Universal Declaration of Human Rights! I use this book with my 7th graders.Published 22 months ago by Kim
The UDHR has some similarities to our Bill of Rights. There are some positive rights thrown in like free school and a living wage and the book has more of a collectivist... Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by million
It's never too early to introduce the idea of fundamental human rights to a child. The illustrations are simply beautiful.Published on February 17, 2013 by Meg
Used with people overseas to reinforce their rights and to encourage them to lobby where appropriate more effectively
Every school should have a copy
This was sent as a gift so I didn't see it. It arrived in a timely manner but I was offered free gift wrapping with a personal message. Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by nanpark