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There are 6 titles in this set.
All around the world there are charities engaged in a wide range of campaigns, from caring for children, animals, and the environment to improving healthcare, emergency response, and action on poverty. This series looks at the efforts of charity workers and volunteers, with exciting stories and case studies and advice on how readers can get involved.
All around the world there are charities trying to improve the lives of endangered, ill, and rescued animals. This book looks at the efforts of animal ...
Poverty is an outrage against humanity. It robs peoples dignity, freedom, and hope, of power over their own lives. (Statement by the Christian Aid charity.) ...
All around the world there are charities trying to improve the health of children and adults, from preventing and curing disease to disability, childcare, and ...
All around the world there are charities trying to help vulnerable children experience safer, more enriching lives. This book looks at the efforts of charity ...
All around the world there are charities ready to respond to emergencies, from huge natural disasters like earthquakes and industrial accidents like the ...
All around the world there are charities trying to save the environment, from campaigning for government action on climate change, pollution, and energy use, ...
"This series highlights the work of international charitable organizations and encourages students to become personally involved in altruistic endeavors. Chapters describe why tragedies such as poverty, endangered animals, and sickness exist, and the authors use the stories of aid workers and the recipients of help and other primary sources to illustrate the positive impacts organizations have. Authors have admiration for the groups they profile and emphasize the importance of continuing financial and volunteer support for them. Captioned color photos and charts supplement the text, while sidebars profile individuals and feature anecdotes and additional facts. Contact information for aid organizations can be found at the end of each title. Readers interested in volunteer work will be able to find most of this information elsewhere. -- Mary Mueller, Rolla Public Schools, MO School Library Journal, "Series Made Simple" 11/1/2012" - School Library Journal "Series Made Simple"
November 1, 2012
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