From KIRKUS REVIEW:
“A visually splendid primer on peace.”
“In this attractive package, lyrical, rhyming text explores various forms of peace.”
“Extra attention is paid to inclusivity...This imperative is found in the illustrations as well, in which a multiracial cast of children includes two who wear eyeglasses and one who walks with forearm crutches.”
“An authors’ note takes an extra step: Peace means humans living in harmony with one another and living in balance with nature too. During war and conflict, wildlife is also affected.”
“The Pauls offer strong, bold words, hoping they’ll land in the hearts of children everywhere.”
“The lulling text will work well to soothe young activists…[p]oignant, broad strokes invite a deep delve.”
“Read the full Kirkus Review for Peace by Baptiste Paul and Miranda Paul here.
Read more librarian and educator reviews for Peace on NetGalley.
View the book trailers for PEACE and PAZ at John Schu’s blog here.
For more information about this book, including links to purchase, visit the book page for PEACE here.
For teacher and educator guides and activity resources to accompany Miranda Paul’s books, visit the resources page here.