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We Are All Born Free: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Pictures #2020

We Are All Born Free The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Pictures The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed on th December It was compiled after World War Two to declare and protect the rights of all people from all countries This beautiful collect

  • Title: We Are All Born Free: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Pictures
  • Author: Amnesty International Axel Scheffler Laurence Anholt Peter Sís Satoshi Kitamura Alan Lee Polly Dunbar Jackie Morris
  • ISBN: 9781845076504
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Hardcover
  • We Are All Born Free: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Pictures By Amnesty International Axel Scheffler Laurence Anholt Peter Sís Satoshi Kitamura Alan Lee Polly Dunbar Jackie Morris, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed on 10th December 1948 It was compiled after World War Two to declare and protect the rights of all people from all countries This beautiful collection, published 60 years on, celebrates each declaration with an illustration by an internationally renowned artist or illustrator and is the perfect gift for children and adThe Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed on 10th December 1948 It was compiled after World War Two to declare and protect the rights of all people from all countries This beautiful collection, published 60 years on, celebrates each declaration with an illustration by an internationally renowned artist or illustrator and is the perfect gift for children and adults alike Published in association with Amnesty International, with a foreword by David Tennant and John Boyne Includes art work contributions from Axel Scheffler, Peter Sis, Satoshi Kitamura, Alan Lee, Polly Dunbar, Jackie Morris, Debi Gliori, Chris Riddell, Catherine and Laurence Anholt and many

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      Amnesty International Axel Scheffler Laurence Anholt Peter Sís Satoshi Kitamura Alan Lee Polly Dunbar Jackie Morris

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    1. WHY THE HELL DO THEY SHOW A MUTILATED, BLOODY, BROKEN DOLL This is geared toward kids, right SO WHY THE HELL DO THEY SHOW A MUTILATED, BLOODY, BROKEN DOLL CRIPES No one has the right to hurt us or torture us Jeeeeezus I got the point Way to be graphic Other than THE MUTILATED, BLOODY, BROKEN DOLL, the illustrations are good and I like the messages.Peace out I m off to therapy to deal with THE MUTILATED, BLOODY, BROKEN DOLL.

    2. This is a fantastic book This book tells children all of the rights that everyone has and are entitled to from The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948 in a child friendly way with lovely images to depict what the right is This book shows children the basic human rights that we all have, despite various factors such as gender and where you are from This book will help children to both recognise and understand from an early age this is how people should be treated It may also help to break [...]

    3. A well written book for children to learn about our human rights.It is written in child friendly language and filled with illustrations, including ones they will recognise from some of their favourite books.This book is perfect for a one of lesson on human rights or as a reference when learning about current and past issues which lead to people losing their human rights.

    4. Gorgeous diversity of illustrations by illustrious artists The words are modified from the U.N They remind me how the U.S doesn t support the declaration I don t know my country s official stance, but our deeds and policies don t stack up well against this simplistic interpretation of the litany of human rights.

    5. I love the idea of using some of the statements combined with thought provoking art for writing prompts.

    6. Thought provoking, beautifully illustrated and powerful At times tough for small children but the messages should be taught in classrooms.

    7. We Are All Born Free is a powerful visual representation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proclaimed by the United Nationals in December 1948 The picture book beautifully defines these human rights with illustrations interpreting the words for children and adults alike Each page includes a different illustrator to include Niki Daly, John Burningham, Polly Dunbar, Jan Spivey Gilchrist and Satoshi Kitamura to name a few The pictures move from realistic to fanciful, using many artistic [...]

    8. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is such a great document but I always have trouble getting through it This book really brought the concepts home and some of the illustrations are so beautiful and powerful.

    9. Important book that everyone should read Maybe every year Wonderful illustrations amplify the written words.

    10. affirms the fundamental rights of all human beings in simplified a child friendly version The book builds on this foundation of commonality and depicts it with lavish diversity Each artist brings their signature style and interpretation to these important words.The text begins with the words We are all born free and equal The accompanying illustration by John Burningham features children bouncing for joy on a trampoline This captures the exhilaration that freedom offers to each of us.The next pa [...]

    11. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was a set of articles signed and set shortly after the second world war in order to protect the rights of all people on this planet No matter who we are or where we lives, these rules are our rights and they should not be taken from us This wonderful book, published 60 years after, shares all 30 rights and is illustrated by a host of notable and celebrated illustrators It is, in my opinion, a book that every single child should own and be given from birt [...]

    12. I hope you enjoy this book It might be the most important one that you ever own We Are All Born Free is a fantastic little book laying out the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights UDHR in brilliant pictures and simple, clear words Introducing children to human rights is one of many crucial things that Amnesty International does Knowing your rights and how to treat others is the foundation for a peaceful and respectful society The UDHR in pictures showcases our human rights in [...]

    13. I can think of no better way to read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights than this Each article of the declaration is paired with a different illustrator, so we get a smorgasbord of gorgeous with the text The images in so many styles spark reflection on the meaning of the declaration, so the book can simply be read as is or can be used to launch conversations A beautiful book One to own, or to buy for your child s classroom.

    14. I loved this book and thought it was wonderful in the way it celebrates lots of illustrators I believe that every child should read this book over and over again The book is written in a child friendly format and provides children with an excellent, accessible way for children to approach these statements at their own level A definite recommendation.

    15. What made this book special is the illustrations Each page has a different picture, some look like a child drew I enjoyed how the author made this book kid friendly A child could read this an easily understand that amendment.Every child should be read this Grade level 1 5Genre Informational

    16. Close to 30 artists from around the world illustrate a simplified version of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Basically each article is illustrated by a different artist so the artistic style varies from realistic depictions to metaphorical ones A fantastic book to use to talk to kids elementary aged about the basic rights all people are entitled to My favorite pictures is Article 14 by Hong Sung Dam showing a man, with a broken shackle, flying on a bird from a prison to a beautiful ima [...]

    17. We Are All Born Free The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Pictures which was published by Amnesty International in 2008 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the UDHR Each double page of the picture book explains simplified one article of the UDHR For instance, the right to live, to go to school, to have food and shelter and, to be fairly treated The rights are accompanied by beautiful illustrations Those pieces of art are created by 28 internationally renowned children s b [...]

    18. We Are All Born Free is a very powerful book that outlines the human rights that everyone is entitled to The book starts with, We are all born free and equal We all have your own thoughts and ideas We should all be treated in the same way These rights belong to everybody, whatever our differences The beginning sets the stage for this book as it covers the 30 articles under The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Each article is accompanied with a picture that can make the sometimes confusing o [...]

    19. So what did I think Since I first discovered this book, I have used it many times in school with children, and tutoring pupils, as well as sharing it with my own kids In all honesty the reason I d initially picked it up was to pore over the amazing artwork.It s a real treat to have a collection of artwork like this in one book, and is a real celebration of the distinctive styles and talents of all the illustrators Axel Scheffler and Chris Riddell in We Are All Born Free.But it s not just a prett [...]

    20. Original Title We Are All Born FreeIllustrators Allan, Nicholas, et alPublisher Frances Lincoln Children s BooksYear 2008Interest level Grades 4 12Reading level Grades 6 8 due to vocabulary Todos Nacemos Libres is the Spanish title for We Are All Born Free This picture book has illustrations for each of the articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights There are 25 illustrators used for the 30 articles found in the declaration Use of this book to look at the rights of all human beings, i [...]

    21. We Are All Born Free is a book about how each person should be have equal rights and be free I do feel the need to address topics such as this at an early age for young children The topics include freedom, safety, knowledge, friendships, etc The book covers the basics of certain problems and uses illustrations to show happiness people have when having these freedoms The illustrations are very colorful and add much needed visual aspect for the young readers.This is not a type of book that a child [...]

    22. I thought this was a great story that showed all the different types of laws and human rights This was a book with great illustration that can help children understand the different concepts of the law I would think this book could be used for all ages 5 and up Some children at a young age can understand the concept of freedom and other human rights As children grow older they can relate to the illustrations that show them the other types of laws and rights, such as free speech to no stealing I [...]

    23. It s fun to think about what would be different if person grew up knowing this Take a moment to imagine with me that every single child in the world grew up reading this book We Are All Born Free The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Pictures is not a dry, politically correct attempt at getting kids to believe in a certain agenda It s a thought provoking, simplified version of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, written after some of man s worst inhumanity to man during WWII I know [...]

    24. I can t think of a better way to introduce children to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights than this book Each 2 page spread presents one of the 30 Articles with the exceptions of Articles 29 30 , and each Article is illustrated by a different person The illustrators who contributed here are truly representative of the best around the world, from England, America, Germany, Spain, Brazil, Ireland, South Africa, South Korea, Australia, Japan, Scotland, Canada, France, and Wales Put together [...]

    25. We Are All Born Free is a children s book, commissioned by the Amnesty International that features the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in pictures Twenty eight artists from differing and diverse backgrounds have come together to create a book that I believe would interest and engage primary school children of any age.The books illustrations and wording deal with what are often very adult and potentially upsetting themes in very appropriate ways I believe this book can serve to educate chil [...]

    26. Amnesty International s illustrated presentation of the simplified Universal Declaration of Human Rights brings together internationally renowned artists in honor of the Declaration s 60th anniversary Although the language is simplified, children will probably still need help with some of the vocabulary and concepts The illustrations are as varied as the artists, some are simple, some are busy with color and action, and some are quite scary see the spread for the right not to be tortured Birds a [...]

    27. An amazing collaboration that teaches kids simply about The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.Each right is done by a different artist with the explanation simplified to 1 or 2 sentences over a double page, which makes it less overwhelming for the kids, considering we are talking about international law.I was very impressed at how the artist handled Noone has the right to hurt us or to torture us , as it had the potential to be quite scarring in picture form.There are also 2 forewords, one o [...]

    28. Amnesty International gathered a swath of acclaimed Children s Illustrators and had them visually interpret the 30 Articles of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights I have to say that the bloody tortured baby doll for Article 5 Nobody has a right to hurt us or torture us, is a bit over the top.The hodgepodge of styles doesn t really do it for me either But one perk is getting to be exposed to some new illustrators Can t wait to see of Gusti, who has illustrated some books, en Espanol that m [...]

    29. We Are All Born Free, is a powerful visual representation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed on December 10, 1948 after the horrors of the Second World War Each Human Right has been given to an individual artist to depict in their own style, while incorporating the Human Right within their illustration The pictures are beautifully done.However since the topic is a serious one, some of the pictures may not be all that appropriate for a younger audience Therefore I would sugge [...]

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