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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Sarsaparilla
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    y separately published work icon Free? : Stories Celebrating Human Rights London : Walker Books [London] , 2009 Z1629171 2009 anthology short story young adult 'This is a celebration of human rights. To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Walker Books and Amnesty International have joined together to create a short-story collection for young readers, celebrating what it means to be free. Hosting a variety of talented children's authors from all around the globe, the anthology embraces such themes as asylum, law, education and faith in a way that will both inspire and entertain.' (Libraries Australia) Contents: Klaus Vogel and the Bad Lads by David Almond -- School Slave by Theresa Breslin -- Scout's Honour by Sarah Mussi -- Sarsaparilla by Ursula Dubosarsky -- After the Hhurricane by Rita Williams-Garcia -- If Only Papa Hadn't Danced by Patricia McCormick -- Prince Francis by Roddy Doyle -- Uncle Meena by Ibtisam Barakat -- Searching for a Two-WaySstreet by Malorie Blackman -- Setting Words Free / by Margaret Mahy -- Jojo Learns to Dance by Meja Mwangi -- Wherever I Lay Down My Head by Jamila Gavin -- Christopher by Eoin Colfer -- No Trumpets Needed by Michael Morpurgo. London : Walker Books [London] , 2009
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Free? : Stories Celebrating Human Rights London : Walker Books [London] , 2009 Z1629171 2009 anthology short story young adult 'This is a celebration of human rights. To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Walker Books and Amnesty International have joined together to create a short-story collection for young readers, celebrating what it means to be free. Hosting a variety of talented children's authors from all around the globe, the anthology embraces such themes as asylum, law, education and faith in a way that will both inspire and entertain.' (Libraries Australia) Contents: Klaus Vogel and the Bad Lads by David Almond -- School Slave by Theresa Breslin -- Scout's Honour by Sarah Mussi -- Sarsaparilla by Ursula Dubosarsky -- After the Hhurricane by Rita Williams-Garcia -- If Only Papa Hadn't Danced by Patricia McCormick -- Prince Francis by Roddy Doyle -- Uncle Meena by Ibtisam Barakat -- Searching for a Two-WaySstreet by Malorie Blackman -- Setting Words Free / by Margaret Mahy -- Jojo Learns to Dance by Meja Mwangi -- Wherever I Lay Down My Head by Jamila Gavin -- Christopher by Eoin Colfer -- No Trumpets Needed by Michael Morpurgo. Somerville : Candlewick Press , 2009
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