Ding Dong, Right Or Wrong? – Children’s rights, needs and vision for the future

Ding Dong, Right Or Wrong? – Children’s rights, needs and vision for the future
10.00

Recommended age: 8-12

A collection of original thoughts, imaginative stories and colourful illustrations by children exploring their rights, needs and visions for the future.

 

Description

This beautifully illustrated book is based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Through series of creative workshops led by artist Vanya Lambrecht Ward and writer Mary Branley, children explored the subject of children’s rights with great insight and enthusiasm.

The children  from Bundoran, Derry, Enniskillen and Sligo created this book.

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‘Children need love because if we didn’t have love, we wouldn’t learn how to love. The world wouldn’t be a nice place because no-one world love anything and they’d always be declaring war on other countries. The Troubles have been part of my family history. My Grandad was in the Order of Malta and he was shot at on Bloody Sunday.’

– Orla, participant

Additional info

‘Ding Dong, Right Or Wrong?’ is published by Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership with generous support from the Department of Foreign Affairs Reconcilation Fund, Libraries NI, Donegal County Library Service and Sligo County Library Service.

A Kids’ Own Publication
1st Edition (2010)

Paperback: 56 pages, full colour
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 27.5 x 19.5 x 0.4 cm

ISBN: 9781902432526

100% of proceeds support children’s participation in the arts.

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