Spring 2019 rights guide:

How Children Change the World. Tasks and Trivia

How Children Change the World. Tasks and Trivia

Katarzyna Sowula

edition type: hardcover

release year: 2017
number of pages: 128
age: 4-10
ISBN: 978-83-10-13159-1
Do you know who invented International Children’s Day? Or what a Spanish infantas (meaning princesses) wore? What did children play with in the past? What do little residents of the Arctic eat? Can children earn money? Have kids always had to go to school? When was a girl the king of Poland? What does it mean to “throw the baby out with the bathwater"? Who was the greatest musical child genius?
Find the answers to these and many other questions in this amazing book about children. Apart from the trivia, the book contains plenty of interactive tasks. Design your own emoticons with us; become an encyclopaedist; create a poster with a map of a country you’d like to visit; write a letter to politicians telling them what adults should do to make sure children are safe and happy; choose some artefacts and plan an exhibition using the curator’s notebook; set up a time bank with your friends; draw your own dream-catcher; and join in the Great World Wide Star Count!
Trivia, games, tasks, inspiration for conversations with your loved ones, and for taking on challenges and unconventional activities.
Children can change the world. And so can you!

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Maddie and Piggypup. First Day in the Kindergarten

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The Egg, or Kogel Mogel for the Curious