Breaks down the population of the world into a collection of one hundred representative people and describes what one would find in this global village, covering languages, ages, religions, food, air and water, schooling, and possessions, accompanied by vivid color illustrations.
by Janet Wilson
Call Number: 303.484 WIL
Publication Date: 2013-04-15
Describes how children from around the world have stood up for their rights and the rights of others.
Citizen rights and responsibilities
by edited by Heather Kissock
Call Number: 323.09 CIT
For Every Child
by Caroline Castle; Desmond Tutu (Foreword by); UNICEF Staff; John Burningham (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2001-01-01
We Are All Born Free
by Amnesty International Staff (As told to)
Call Number: 341.4 WEA
Publication Date: 2008-10-01
An illustrated introduction to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was established following World War II, including thirty articles that declare the basic rights for all of humanity as compiled by the United Nations.
Protecting rights in Canada
by edited by Heather Kissock.
Call Number: 323.09 PRO
Examines processes with regard to rights in Canada, covering topics such as the Canadian Human Rights Act; the Indian Act regarding the rights of Aboriginal women; and French language rights; with citizen profiles, a case study about Japanese internment during World War II, and more.
by Reg Grant
Call Number: 323.06 GRA
Publication Date: 2001-09-01
A Life Like Mine
by Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff
Call Number: 305.23 DK
Publication Date: 2005-12-19
Looks at what life is like for children of different countries and how each child can fulfill his or her hopes and ambitions no matter how little or much their human rights are infringed.
I Have the Right to Be a Child
by Alain Serres; Aurélia Fronty (Illustrator); Helen Mixter (Translator)
Publication Date: 2012-05-22
A young narrator describes the rights of every child as outlined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child.