Nancy Keane's Booktalks -- Quick and Simple

Katz, Karen.
New York : Henry Holt, 2006
IL K-3, RL 1.4
ISBN 0805078932
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Can you say peace?  What do you think of when you use the word peace?  What does peace mean to you?  Does it mean being able to walk in your neighborhood without being afraid?  Does it mean being able to play with your friends?  Does it mean being able to share time with your family?  Or does it mean all these and much much more?  The United Nations is concerned with peace all around the world.  It has declared September 21st International Day of Peace.  All around the world, it is hoped that people will observe a day of peace and nonviolence.  Wouldn't it be great if everyday was peace day?  Learn how to say peace in many different languages and what it means to children around the world.
SUBJECTS:     International Day of Peace -- Fiction.
                         Peace -- Fiction.

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