Here are the human rights we love - in pictures
Published on: 09 August 2017
Chris Riddell has illustrated a little picture book with the big task of asking children to think about their freedoms and rights. And – predictably – it's completely wonderful.
Published by Amnesty International, My Little Book of Big Freedoms uses 16 simple but beautiful illustrations to explore the issue.
The former Children's Laureate writes inside:
'I've drawn some pictures for you. Each of them shows one of our freedoms and how it can help each of us when we need it. I hope you like them.'
You can see a few of his beautiful drawings in the gallery below.
Take a look at Chris Riddell's drawings
Illustration on Freedom: from Chris Riddell's My Little Book of Big Freedoms
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Illustration on Knowledge: from Chris Riddell's My Little Book of Big Freedoms
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Illustration on Thought: from Chris Riddell's My Little Book of Big Freedoms
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Illustration on Togetherness: from Chris Riddell's My Little Book of Big Freedoms
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Illustration on Solidarity: from Chris Riddell's My Little Book of Big Freedoms
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Children's Laureate Chris Riddell has sketched 16 simple but beautiful illustrations of the freedoms that form part of the Human Rights Act. It would be hard to find anybody, young or old, not enchanted by this pocket-sized book.