People of Peace: Meet 40 amazing activists - 40 Inspiring Icons
Dreamers, leaders, fighters for our rights... meet 40 amazing activists for peace! Learn how Martin Luther King, Gandhi, Eleanor Roosevelt, Nelson Mandela and many others dedicated their lives to making the world a better place in this fact-packed book from the 40 Inspiring Icons series.
Meet Albert Einstein, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist who used his fame to speak out against nuclear weapons; Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai, who stood up for the right to education and survived a gunshot wound to her head; and Pablo Picasso, who created extraordinary paintings to promote peace and raise awareness of the atrocities of war. These 40 incredible people each changed the world in their own unique, and peaceful, way:
Immanuel Kant; Victor Schoelcher; Victor Hugo; Henry David Thoreau; Henri Dunant; Lejzer Ludwik Zamenhof; Bertha von Suttner; Jean Jaures; Rosa Luxemburg; Woodrow Wilson; Otto Dix; Aristide Briand; Erich Maria Remarque; Pablo Picasso; Dalton Trumbo; Charlie Chaplin; Sophie Scholl; Raoul Wallenberg; Albert Einstein; Gandhi; Eleanor Roosevelt; Martin Luther King; Joan Baez; Muhammad Ali; John Lennon; Adolfo Perez Esquivel; Mairead Corrigan and Betty Williams; Wangari Maathai; Ikuo Hirayama; Tenzin Gyatso; Mikhail Gorbachev; Vaclav Havel; Nelson Mandela; Rigoberta Menchu; Jody Williams; Daniel Barenboim; Kim Dae-Jung; Michael Moore; Tegla Loroupe; Malala Yousafzai.
Each spread presents a single peacemaker, highlighting key facts about their identity, actions and works, along with a fun, illustrated depiction of them that calls out elements of their life and style.
With so many icons to admire, who will you choose as your hero?
Each book in the 40 Inspiring Icons series introduces readers to a fascinating non-fiction subject through its 40 most famous people or groups. Explore these other great topics through their most interesting icons: Black Music Greats, Super Scientists, Soccer Stars, Fantastic Footballers, Music Legends and Greek Gods and Heroes.
Number of pages: 88
Dimensions: 254 x 186 mm