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Tikvah: Children’s Book Creators Reflect on Human Rights
Norman D. Stevens (fr); Elie Wiesel (in). In this thoughtful & diverse collection, more than 40 of America’s most distinguished children’s book creators, including 14 Caldecott Medalists & Honor artists, share their reflections on human rights. Through words & pictures, they explore subjects ranging from child labor to racial integration to religious freedom, in an effort to foster a kinder, more tolerant world. In his introduction, Elie Wiesel notes that “Tikvah means hope & hope is represented by children.” Whether joyous or provocative, stark or encouraging, the work collected in this volume represents these artists’ firm commitment to human rights.
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