Peace and Me

Publisher: Lantana Publishing

Review

Following in the footsteps of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, this book tells you all about the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize. Peace and Me includes a brief synopsis of why these inspirational figures were chosen for this iconic award, alongside a sentence which sums up what peace means for them.

From Martin Luther King to Malala, this book is full of people who have strived to improve the lives of others and have consequently left a legacy years after their death.

This is a brilliant book for anyone who loves discovering more about important figures in history. There are so many interesting facts to learn from this book. There’s even a map at the back, so that you can see exactly where in the world the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates come from.

Raising awareness for the charity Amnesty International too, this is a book that should sit proudly on the shelves of libraries and classrooms. 

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