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  • Title: Every Human Has Rights: A Photographic Declaration for Kids
  • Author: National Geographic Society MaryRobinson
  • ISBN: 9781426305115
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The 30 rights set down in 1948 by the United Nations are incredibly powerful According to the U.N every human just by virtue of being human is entitled to freedom, a fair government, a decent standard of living, work, play, and education, freedom to come and go as we please and to associate with anyone we please, and the right to express ourselves freely Every Human HaThe 30 rights set down in 1948 by the United Nations are incredibly powerful According to the U.N every human just by virtue of being human is entitled to freedom, a fair government, a decent standard of living, work, play, and education, freedom to come and go as we please and to associate with anyone we please, and the right to express ourselves freely Every Human Has Rights offers kids an accessibly written list of these rights, commentary much of it deeply emotional by other kids, and richly evocative photography illustrating each right At the end of this deceptively simple book, kids will know and feel that regardless of individual differences and circumstances, each person is valuable and worthy of respect.
    Every Human Has Rights A Photographic Declaration for Kids The rights set down in by the United Nations are incredibly powerful According to the U N every human just by virtue of being human is entitled to freedom a fair government a decent standard

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    1. A beautiful collection of photographs and poetry celebrating the Declaration of Human Rights A great choice for November National Picture Book Month

    2. Every Human Has Rights A photographic declaration for kids belongs on the table of every waiting room in every school, public agency, and health care provider It is a book that can be browsed, read page by page, or meditated upon by young and old.The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been simplified and amplified by the team of National Geographic and the ePals Global Learning Community The full and rather sophisticated text of the Declaration is included in the appendix, [...]

    3. Mary Robinson, with help from National Geographic, does an unbelievable job at reaching out to the most important people in our world today and voicing the importance of standing up as an individual Giving people and reasons to fight for what they believe in is only benefitting our world The pictures show people who are celebrating the fact that they are free and proud At the end of this deceptively simple book, kids will know and feel that regardless of individual differences and circumstance [...]

    4. 24 March 2009 EVERY HUMAN HAS RIGHTS A PHOTOGRAPHIC DECLARATION FOR KIDS National Geographic, 2009, 48p ISBN 978 1 4263 0510 8 I m free I m free,And freedom tastes of reality I m free I m free,And I m waiting for you to follow me The WhoTHE GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS lists the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the Most Translated Document in the world I have certainly heard about it before, but it is a document that I don t recall having ever read 1 All humans are born free with the s [...]

    5. After World War II, humanity sat down and wrote an incredible document detailing exactly what it means to be free Yet, the words don t live unless people know them I know I never even heard the term human rights until Jimmy Carter was President and by then, I was already an adult Even today, the number of people who follow human rights issues is pretty small in the world Americans probably aren t taught much about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights because America views almost everything [...]

    6. This non fiction picture book is a combination photo essay, social studies text, and poetry collection that simplifies each of the thirty primary rights outlined in the United Nations 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights into language easily understandable by children Each page features a simplified summary one of the rights or a group of several related rights along with one or photographs of people around the world, shown in a context that illustrates that specific right or rights or de [...]

    7. Title Every Human Has RightsAuthor Based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Poetry from the ePals community, Foreword by Mary RobinsonIllustrator Photographs from National GeographicGenre Photographic Essay, Informational TextTheme s Human Rights, EqualityOpening line sentence All humans are born free with the same dignity and rights Brief Book Summary This photographic essay lists the thirty rights that fall under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights The thirty in [...]

    8. This book discusses the rights we have as human beings I love that is uses various poems from K 8 aged students about issues of Justice, Protection, Privacy, Freedom, and so many It also uses a variety of photographs of people from all over the world Information.

    9. National Geographic Every Human Has Rights National Geographic Society, 2009 48 p Gr 3 4.A universal declaration of human rights fill these pages of this book, describing how we, as humans, have rights These rights consist of dignity, equality, life, freedom, respect, justice, protection, privacy, refuge, nationality, marriage, property, religion, expression, assembly, democracy, social security, health, education, participation, responsibility, and a future As children around the world talk abo [...]

    10. Title Every Human Has RightsFormed by Mary RobinsonGenre Non FictionThemes Non Fiction, Picture Book, Respect, National Geographic, Notable Books for Global Society listPlot Summary In this National Geographic book Mary Robinson has taken the ideas of rights and how to respect those rights in different aspects She has then formed quotes about them with a realistic picture to go with it For example, her one quote is Nobody has the right to torture you, bully you, or punish you too severely She is [...]

    11. National Geographic Society, Mary Robinson Every Human Has Rights National Geographic Children s Books, 2008.In 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a Universal Declaration of Human Rights Every Human Has Rights is a child friendly version of the thirty rights in which every person is entitled to These rights are presented in a way that is easy to understand and also provides an emotional response from a child who has directly be affected in some way in relation to the specific righ [...]

    12. Plot This book goes through the basic rights that each human has It covers thirty specific rights that should be available to every human no matter what These rights include dignity, nationality, health, religion, equality, life, freedom, safety, respect, justice, protection, privacy, refuge, property, assembly, democracy, social security, work and leisure, education, participation, peace, responsibility, and a future.Criteria I chose style for this book This book is very simply laid out, with t [...]

    13. Title Every Human Has Rights A Photographic Declaration for KidsAuthor Illustrator National Geographic Society, Mary Robinson Foreword Genre Informational Nonfiction, PicturebookTheme Respect, Social JusticePlot Summary This book provides readers with information regarding the many rights each and every human has Such rights pertain to dignity, equality, life, freedom, safety, respect, justice, protection, privacy, movement, refuge, nationality, marriage, property, religion, expression, assembly [...]

    14. In classic National Geographic style, this book is filled with incredible photographs of people from around the world Each photo tells a story, which brings the text of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights to life Powerful and gripping, this book gives readers glimpses of the horrors around the world but also the strength and resilience of its peoples Each line of the Declaration is accompanied by photographs with captions as well as a poem or statement by a young person that goes with t [...]

    15. One cannot stress how impactful and necessary this book is for all children to read This deep and humbling photographic declaration is perfect for spreading cultural sensitivity and awareness Every Human has Rights teaches the reader about all the basic human rights that we are all born with through pictures of people who were not able to exercise those rights This book opens the eyes of its reader and shows them how lucky they are to have the rights they hold and educated them on the rights the [...]

    16. Every Human Has Rights A photographic declaration for kids depicts the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights in kid friendly way Each page has a right on it accompanied by beautiful photographs of people from many cultures and a poem written by one of 16 young poetry contest winners Each of the thirty rights is written in text that makes the important pieces stand out, such as bolding the words that hold the most importance Many of the pictures that accompany the rights are of dif [...]

    17. The book is a photographic declaration for kids based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights Each page contains a human right people should have It then shows pictures of children and people from different countries and how they live Each page includes poems from children about human rights The book is a great tool for a teacher to use in the classroom Teachers can use this for upper elementary students to teach human rights Sense the book is made for kids, it makes the book [...]

    18. I wanted to give this 5 stars because it was an excellent introduction to the concept of human rights, not just for kids but for all people However, the print that accompanied many of the illustrations was in such a pale gray that it was difficult to read, and I didn t like the layout of the book, or the scribbles behind the chapter headings, or the font that the larger words were in I did appreciate the presence of the complete text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the end Despit [...]

    19. National Geographic 2008 Every human has rights Washington D.C National Geographic Society.Each of the human rights, simply stated, highlighted with amazing photographs and poetry written by 16 young poetry contest winners.Emotionally, this book filled me up Each human right stated so clearly, so obviously, so beautifully It must be shared with students and adults Passed on and on so the message fills us all and we remember and act accordingly.I will definitely recommend this book to read aloud [...]

    20. Genre Poetry Non fictionCopyright 2009 Every Human Has Rights is beautifully put together The blend of in your face poetry and text intertwined with deep, rich photography makes this book a must read This book describes the 30 rights we as humans are given according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights These 30 rights are described through short verses and poetry submitted by children of many ages Alongside the text are some amazing photographs, which portray the beauty and diversity the [...]

    21. This is an excellent book to use with children of any age It helps to begin discussions about what we see as fair and safe for all of us It gives children a great way to express themselves and see how other kids are thinking and feeling about what is going on in th eworld today It also forces adults to pause and think about the way we see the world I recommend this book for anyone who is trying to get a grip on what is going on in the world Sometimes out of the mouths of babes is what works to m [...]

    22. maryann at st jacobs asked me to help with books for a team of teachers who are working this summer are producing new units for grade two with a big picture idea for me and my familyme and my schoolme and the comunityme and the global communitylooking at social rolehealthy role food safety exercisestudent rolehomelesscompaing global communities japanprivledge or a right to education etc environmentlaws bully safetyhelping within the communityhow to be a good global citizen what can you dopull pi [...]

    23. This book serves as an introduction to the human rights afforded to all citizens It is by no means a comprehensive analysis, but it does give readers an idea of what rights they, and all people they meet, are meant to enjoy Especially when used in contrast with a text that highlights major breaches in human rights, this text is quite eye opening and powerful This book is also very helpful for encouraging self advocacy, particularly in young and middle aged readers.

    24. This book was a perfect find I used it to extend my constitution day lesson I found that it also worked really well with beginning of the year discussions We worked on our class expectations and finished our mission statement already, but this was a great link to reemphasize the reason for these and the way in which we selected them The photographs are amazingwhat can you sayNational Geographic My kids loved it

    25. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights from 1948 is stated in terms simple enough for children to understand Children s poetry, in lighter type, expresses their individual feelings about human rights The striking photographs from the National Geographic Society make manifest the rights the declaration exists to protect This would be a nice addition to the sociology section of elementary libraries.

    26. This book was very powerful because it focused on real images than text All of the pictures were of children in other cultures Also, the captions for the pictures were interesting and factual I liked that the book had small facts about the different cultures and rights instead of long and wordy text pages.

    27. Kids will enjoy learning the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that was adopted in December 1948 Instead of just reading the declaration they will learn through pictures, poems and different size text throughout the book.

    28. The book uses photographs to bring to children the understanding of important human rights concepts in an easy and visual way Now the common core standards require the balanced reading of nonfiction and fiction, this is a good book for 5th graders.

    29. This book has amazing photos along with poems that were collected as part of an epals contest that go along with the Declaration of Human Rights I don t know that I d read this aloud with third graders, as some of the content is suitable for older students.

    30. This is a free book I received for my classroom to review for a website If you are interested in human rights, this book offers a nice plain language overview of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights It is geared towards kids and even includes their poems and stories.

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