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Our Rights

How Kids Are Changing the World
Wilson, Janet (Book - 2013 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Our Rights
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This around-the-world tour introduces readers to children who have taken on the role of social activist, fighting for human rights and social justice in countries as diverse as Yemen and Congo, Canada and the United States. Ten children receive main profiles, and over a dozen others are featured in smaller sidebars. Anita Khushwaha fought against gender and class bias in her community in India. Emman Bagual founded Mind Your Rights to fight child labor in the Philippines. Zach Bonner walked 1,000 miles to raise awareness about homeless children in the United States. A diverse range of other issues is covered, including aboriginal rights, human trafficking and child soldiers, and the full United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child can be found alongside tips for how kids everywhere can make a difference.
Authors: Wilson, Janet
Title: Our rights
how kids are changing the world
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Second Story Press, c2013
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,23 cm.
Local Note: 53 118 148 151
ISBN: 1926920953
9781926920955
Statement of Responsibility: wriiten and illustrated by Janet Wilson
Subject Headings: Children's rights Juvenile literature. Civil rights workers Biography Juvenile literature. Human rights workers Biography Juvenile literature. Social reformers Biography Juvenile literature.
Topical Term: Children's rights
Civil rights workers
Human rights workers
Social reformers
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almost cried half way through:(

Apr 09, 2014
  • Romanista rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

very interesting but i wanted more information and stories about what they have done to help kids all around the world.

Apr 09, 2014
  • Theboss_2 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

This book is very interesting because you can learn about the human rights of the kids and how the kids stand up against the people that are denied their rights

Mar 26, 2014
  • fubblenugget1 rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

This book was a little sad because of when they were telling you what happened to the kids before they changed the world!

Mar 07, 2014
  • muffinpopcorn rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Book about how children can make a big difference and make the world a better place. This book contains some of these stories about the differences they made .

Feb 21, 2014
  • barton_l rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

This book is amazing. It shows the courageous actions of different children around the world that address different problems that plague children. I especially like this part of the book where it says, "We are the children of the future, but we are also the present." It shows that even though we are young, we still have a lot of power in our hands to change the world. This book definitely inspired me to show my potential to the world and help make the world a better place!

really good book I loved it!

Feb 05, 2014
  • PersassyandAnnafab rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

I thought that this book was very inspirtional and it is very interesting to hear what some children had to go through. It's amazing how big of a difference one kid could make.

Feb 04, 2014
  • NeilFlambe2004 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

It was a very emotional book. It's about kids who suffered sometimes about bullying and other things. I hope those kids now have a happy life.

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