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A Life Like Mine

(Book - 2002 )
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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.
Title: A life like mine
Publisher: New York : Dorling Kindersley, 2002
Edition: 1st American ed
Characteristics: 127 p. :,col. ill., col. maps ;,31 cm
Notes: Includes index
"Foreword by Harry Belafonte"--Jacket
"In association with UNICEF, United Nations Children's Fund."
Contents: Where do they live?
Survival: Survival
Every child should have water
How much water is there?
Watery tales
Nou / Laos
Every child should have food
Why do we need food?
What's cooking?
Vincent / Rwanda
Every child should have a home
Where do people live?
A place to live
Mahasin / Sudan nomad
Nadin / West Bank
Every child deserves a healthy life
What do you need to stay healthy?
Health for life
Natalie / United Kingdom
Development: Development
Every child has the right to education
Why do we need an education?
School for all!
Sbongile / South Africa
Maria / Afghanistan
Every child has the right to play
What's the point of playing?
Just playing
Michael / Australia
Protection: Protection
Every child needs love and care
Who loves and cares for you?
Family feelings
Ivana / Yugoslavia
No child should be exploited through work
Why do children work?
Hard work
Arif / Bangladesh
No child should fight in a war
What happens in a war?
War and recovery
Isa / Sierra Leone
No child should be held back by a disability
What is life like with a disability?
Living with a disability
C.J. / United States
Participation: Participation
Every child has the right to an identity
Who are you?
What's in a name?
Nationality
Najaha and Abdiukri / Somalian refugees in The Netherlands
Religion
Eli / from Uzbekistan to Israel
Every child has the right to free expression
Express yourself!
Freedom of expression
Taralyn / Puyallup, United States
Every child deserves a happy life
Sibasish / India
Mayerly / Colombia
Summary: 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.
Additional Contributors: UNICEF.
ISBN: 0789488590
Branch Call Number: j 305.23 L7225 2002
Subject Headings: Children Juvenile literature Children's rights Juvenile literature Children Cross-cultural studies Juvenile literature Children's rights Cross-cultural studies Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Children
Children's rights
Children
Children's rights
LCCN: 2002011197
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