This story is set in a refugee camp in Peshawar, on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan. When relief workers bring used clothing to the camp, ten-year-old Lina is thrilled when she finds a sandal that fits her foot perfectly – until she sees
Philosophy for Children is a teaching methodology that helps develop pupils’ critical thinking and enables them to engage with quite complex global issues.
This booklet is the result of a project that used Philosophy for Children (P4C) as a methodology to engage children in thinking and talking about global issues. After introducing the P4C methodology, the booklet highlights 19 different resources
Kanchil the mouse deer and his friend, Monyet the monkey, plant some trees and look forward to eating their fruit. When they are finally ripe, Monyet climbs the trees to pick them. But once he gets up there, Monyet can’t resist eating all the fruit
Churki and Burki are two sisters who lead a happy, busy life in their village with their family. They spend the day fishing in the river, driving the parrots from the corn field, harvesting fruit and vegetables, and enjoying the outdoors.
Trash! is a unique combination of fiction and fact, which evolved from a series of workshops conducted with ragpicker children by Tara Books, a publisher based in Chennai, India. Based on the real life experiences of these children, the book tells
This is a beautifully illustrated book from a Nigerian publisher. In it, we are introduced to a young Nigerian girl called Beem, and we follow her as she explores the continent of Africa, meets its people and animals, and visits its key geographical
When a new family moves in next door, Joe’s mum explains that they are “asylum seekers”. Joe hears that they are “silence seekers”, especially as Mum adds that they need peace and quiet. When he sees a young boy from the family sitting disconsolately
This beautifully illustrated book is a great way to introduce children to ideas around sustainable development. It tells the story of Kojo, a young Ghanaian boy who uses a micro loan to buy a chicken, so he can sell the eggs to make money.
Wherever we live in the world – rich or poor – water is vital to our survival. This book follows the daily lives of six children from Peru, Mauritania, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Tajikistan and California and explores what water means to them.