Children's rights, 4 stories against exclusion
ISBN: 9782919372690
Publication: Oct. 10, 2016
64 pages
115 × 170 mm
Color drawings
FBP: 10.00 €

Children's rights, 4 stories against exclusion

Delphine Bertozzi, Mathieu De Muizon
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, in 1989, defined the necessary rights for the appropriate development of children. Here are 4 stories to understand better why these rights are essential: to be housed respectfully, to live in a country at peace, to live without being submitted to discrimination, and to receive a school education...For Louise, Jedd, Lou, Maryam and so many other children, it is vital to fight against exclusion.
  • Delphine Bertozzi delights in children's company. She has written Little Poetic Fantasies and Of Knights and Dragons, published by Bodoni Ed. She likes the cinema, literature, art history, and Italy, the country of her grandfather.

  • Mathieu De Muizon studied Fine Arts in London. A graduate of Saint Martins University, he now works in Paris as an illustrator. In the “Seeds and Guides” collection, he has illustrated the title on Jacques Brel and that on Sempé. 

We speak of it!
  • La Revue des livres pour enfants. BnF. 293. Février 2017
  • Notes bibliographiques. Mai 2017