I Have the Right to Be a Child

J’ai le droit d’être un enfant, by Alain Serres, ill. by Aurélia Fronty

In this brightly coloured picture book, each spread evokes in simple words one of the many rights stated in the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. The images spread over the whole page, creating a dialogue with a factual and articulate text, almost like a slogan. Each page begins in the same way, “I have the right…”, simplifying a much more complex text voted by the United Nation in 1989. A dynamic book which puts Child’s rights within the reach of the youngest and which completes a series of 3 titles published by Rue du monde on the subject.

26 x 26 cm, 48 pages

See trailer in English HERE

Right sold: Arabic (world), Catalan and Spanish (world), German, Korean, English (Europe, North America & World), Turkish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Simplified and Complex Chinese, Romanian, Japanese, Farsi.

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//Alain Serres'S OTHER BOOKS

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Robinson And The Tree Of Life
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You Will Be The Eyes Of The Sea
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The War in a Thousand Pieces
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All Children Have the Right to Culture
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Well, Yes!
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I Have the Right to Save my Planet
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This Is How We Live In The World
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A Tiny Blue Silence
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Three Wolves In A Library
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A Thousand Drawings In A Inkwell
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Good News From The World
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The Horn Of Secrets
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Friends! 24 mini stories
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This Tiger Swallowed My Sketchbook
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The Mouse Who Saved An Entire Mountain
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Haïkus for Little Ones
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Ooh! What Yummy Soup!
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Bubbleheads
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Perhaps Planet Earth
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The Little Red Gallery
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The New Little Library of the Imagination
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Just One More!
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Babak, the Day your Horse was Born
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That’s What Children Are Like
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Mandela, the Multicoloured African
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Soups from Around the World

//Aurélia Fronty'S OTHER BOOKS

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Poetry Welcomes You
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All Children Have the Right to Culture
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I Have the Right to Save my Planet
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The Story Of The Little Girl Who Walked Alone In The Snow
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The Most Extraordinary Garden
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The Mouse Who Saved An Entire Mountain
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Even Mangoes Have Papers
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Wangari Maathai, The Woman who Plants Millions of Trees
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Soups from Around the World