The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Story for Children and Adults

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Story for Children and Adults
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Story for Children and Adults
Eksmo (2008)
One day Tiny Tim learned about the Declaration of Human Rights, which says that every person as a human being has distinct and identifiable rights.

Tiny Tim realized that he has the right to live by his conscience and also to protect the rights of other people, both young and old, small and big, people of different race and social standing. Other people are also endowed with rights; and that rights are inseparable from responsibilities.

With warmth and humour Andrei Usachev relates an inspired story about a little man and his adventures in spreading knowledge of Human Rights. The book teaches children to stand up for their rights in a knowledgeable and decent manner.

Author of the idea: Ludmila Ulitskaya