Books tagged: childrens rights

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Snake In The Grass
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Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 73,200. Language: English. Published: January 25, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
How many of us have used the idea "what if", and my life would have been different. We cannot go back and change what is already done. We learn by the example of others. You can learn by these true stories of real life experiences that will make you cry, feel angry or stand triumphant. The choice is yours to find change and live a better life for yourself and your children.
Laughter Will Save the World
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 8,280. Language: English. Published: May 13, 2013. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Family / Alternative Family
Promise was born laughing. Instead of crying when she was hungry, needed changing or a cuddle, she laughed. Growing up with her grandmother in a deserted by parents village, she practised her special skill every day by helping others find their laughter. When her parents return to take her back, away from her village, to another country, Promise has to find the origin of laughter
Warriors of Change: Breaking Free from School
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Series: Warriors of Change, Book 2. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 51,540. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Milla's in Government, her Change is Freedom party is gaining more and more members when schools start disappearing, exploding and falling to the ground, but is it arson or an act of nature?
Escape From Childhood: The Needs and Rights of Children
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 78,750. Language: English. Published: October 17, 2013 by HoltGWS LLC. Category: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Parenting / parent & adult child
Children are kept in the walled garden of childhood, outside the world of human experience, for longer periods than ever before in human history. But for many children and parents, the walled garden of childhood is more like a prison, where authorities compel and limit personal actions. What if children had the right to do, in general, what any adult may legally do?