We Are All Born Free

We are all born free : the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in pictures

Bibliographic Information: Amnesty International. (2008). We are all born free: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in pictures. London: Frances Lincoln Children’s Books in association with Amnesty International.

Brief Annotation: We all have the right, lets learn about the thirty laws that protect the whole world.

Genre: Non-Fiction

Grade Level: K-8

Readers who will like this: Readers who enjoy reading about the historical documents; children who enjoy picture books.

Rating/Response: 5- This is a great book with illustrations that match the laws presented in the book.

One question you would ask before a read aloud: What is your definition of Human Rights?

Reading Strategy: Social Studies

Rationale for Strategy: Human Rights and the right to freedom and  equality is something that is very important to know about, this book is a presentation of the Human Rights Declaration, it is written and illustrated in away that children of all ages would understand the meaning of human rights and the laws present to protect them.

Posted by: Yesenia Corral


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