BeschreibungThis book is based on the true story of the children of the barrio of San Jose de la Urbina in Caracas, Venezuela. Although the mayor promises the children a playground, they realize that they must build it themselves. And they do just that.
PortraitFounded in 1975, Annick Press is a leading Canadian publisher of books for children of all ages. Best known as the publisher of Robert Munsch's classic picture books, Annick has expanded its publishing program to include cutting edge books for young adults and innovative non-fiction. Annick's epithet of "Excellence and Innovation in Children's Literature, " stands behind every book they publish.
PressestimmenA heartwarming story which can be understood by young urbanites. It is a story of self-reliance and what can be accomplished with commitment and energy. A great story! With creative, unrelenting characters, The Streets are Free is a realistic, hearty, not-to-be missed read. A community action inspiring story for people everywhere.
Untertitel: Empfohlen von 7 bis 8 Jahren. Reprint - Back. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ANNICK PRESS
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 1995
Seitenanzahl: 48 Seiten