Choose Love (Hardback)
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Choose Love (Hardback)

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Hardback 48 Pages
Published: 22/11/2022
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Waterstones Says

Evocative and insightful, Choose Love combines Davies' powerful verse with Horáček's breathtaking illustrations to explore the stories of those who have lost their homes fleeing war or conflict.

Shortlisted for the Yoto Carnegie Medal for Writing 2024

In this moving sequence of poems Nicola Davies’s text combines with the superbly evocative illustrations of Petr Horáček to provide insight into the real-life experiences of refugees forced to leave their homes and previous lives behind to face an unknown future.

Suffused with compassion and understanding, the work invites you to share in these stories in the hope of building greater awareness and empathy for the struggles faced by so many, and to choose love as our response.

Publisher: Graffeg Limited
ISBN: 9781802583779
Number of pages: 48
Dimensions: 300 x 200 mm

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