I Have the Right to Save my Planet

J’ai le droit de sauver la planète, by Alain Serres and Aurélia Fronty

I have the right to be a child who’s curious about the world, who loves plants and trees, cares about animals, is concerned about equality of access to water and is appalled at the presence of plastic in the oceans! I’m allowed to learn all about the fascinating world of bees and to recite a poem in class about protecting them. To want earth-dwellers to coexist with the leatherback turtle and the orang utan for a long time. I even have the right to demonstrate in the street with my parents to say so. I have the right to dream of a beautiful future for this wonderful little blue planet where I was born.

Hardcover picture book, 48 pages, 26 x 26 cm, 5 years+

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//Alain Serres'S OTHER BOOKS

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The War in a Thousand Pieces
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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
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A Whole Cook Book on Chocolate
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The Little School of the Imagination
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//Aurélia Fronty'S OTHER BOOKS

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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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