With the help and support of Bradfield College students we have adapted this incredible book based on The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The script was written and recorded by the students so the audio is very lively and features lots of different young voices.
We were also fortunate to have the introduction by Archbishop Desmond Tutu read by former Eastender’s star, Angela Wynter. The book has pictures by fourteen different illustrators and four of them are beautifully captured in colourful Touch to See images. With introductory music and added musical instruments played by the students this is a fascinating book which raises the question of how children should and shouldn’t be treated. It’s sure to provide plenty of scope for discussion. Don’t miss out – reserve your copy today by Clicking here
Bradfield College pupil Felicity Siddall said:
“Making ‘For Every Child’ has been a really exciting project…….We’re all so proud of the book and hope that it helps blind children to develop a love for reading.”
The pupils who worked so hard on the adaptation would love to know what you think about ‘For Every Child’. Please feel free to give them some feedback using the comment boxes below.