Mysterious Eye – Poetry and art by secondary school students

Mysterious Eye – Poetry and art by secondary school students
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This book is intercultural in essence and seeks to promote interaction, collaboration and exchange with people of different cultures, ethnicity or religion. Poetry and art by students in secondary schools in Cork.

Written and illustrated by young people from the Ursuline Secondary School, Mahon, Presentation Secondary School, Ballyphehane and North Presentation Secondary School, Farranree, Cork.

“We do all kinds of painful things just to look good, like piercing our bellybuttons and tongues (ow!). We put on make-up… we starve ourselves… we do all kinds of painful things to animals for the same reason. Why do we do it? I don’t know.”

– A quote from the book by participant.

Additional Info

Edited by Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership
1st Edition (2005)

Paperback: 44 pages
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 30 x 21 x 0.4 cm

Weight: 0.246 kg

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