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Tikvah: Children’s Book Creators Reflect on Human Rights
Norman D. Stevens (fr); Elie Wiesel (in)
This collection includes more than 40 of America’s most distinguished children’s book creators, including 14 Caldecott Medalists & Honor artists, who share their reflections on human rights. Through words & pictures, they examine past, present, & future to foster a kinder, more tolerant world. Some of these artists share compelling memories: William Joyce recalls being a teenager in newly integrated Louisiana; Tomie dePaola remembers what it was like to be an unusual child; & Anita Lobel vividly describes a dangerous encounter with German soldiers during the Holocaust. Other contributors encourage us to take action against the problems of today’s world. Still others look to the future. Includes a picture by each illustrator.
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