The Children's Hours: Stories of Childhood
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The Children's Hours: Stories of Childhood

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To support Save the Children in its work to end violence against children, bestselling authors from around the world have banded together to create a bold and moving anthology of stories about childhood.

Paperback: 258 pages
Size: 12.7cm x 2.3cm x 19.6cm
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To support Save the Children in its work to end violence against children, bestselling authors from around the world have banded together to create a bold and moving anthology of stories about childhood.

Participants include such acclaimed and award-winning authors as: David Almond, Margaret Atwood, Andre Brink, Melvin Burgess, Nadine Gordimer, Eva Hoffman, Alberto Manguel, Meg Rosoff, Nicholas Shakespeare, Ali Smith and Richard Zimler. The anthology is edited by bestselling American/Portuguese novelist Richard Zimler and the Serbian editor, translator and child-advocate, Rasa Sekulovic.

In "The Children's Hours", these and fifteen other renowned authors explore and celebrate childhood; their tales touching on abuse and rejection, loneliness and love, the joys of friendship and discovery, and the first confused inklings of adolescent love.

Paperback: 258 pages
Publisher: Arcadia Books (29 Sep. 2009)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1906413217
Size: 12.7cm x 2.3cm x 19.6cm

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Code BCHOUR
ISBN 978-1906413217
Values and causes Educational

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