Where Children Sleep

Mollison, James

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Whe­re Child­ren Sleep’ pres­ents Mol­li­sons lar­ge for­mat pho­to­graphs of child­rens bedrooms around the world inclu­ding from the USA, Mexi­co, Bra­zil, Eng­land, Ita­ly, Isra­el and the West Bank, Kenya, Sene­gal, Leso­tho, Nepal, Chi­na and India along­side por­traits of the child­ren who­se bedrooms are featured.

Each pair of pho­to­graphs is accom­pa­nied by an exten­ded cap­ti­on that tells of the sto­ry of the child in ques­ti­on about Kaya in Tokyo who­se proud mother spends $1000 per month on her dres­ses; about Bil­al the Bedou­in she­pherd boy who sleeps out with his father’s herd of goats; about the Nepa­li girl Indi­ra, who has worked in a gra­ni­te quar­ry sin­ce she was three years old, and about Ankhoh­xet, the Kra­ho boy who sleeps on the floor of a hut deep in the Ama­zon jungle.

Pho­to­gra­phed over two years with the sup­port of Save the Child­ren, the book is writ­ten and pre­sen­ted for an audi­ence of 7–11 year olds set­ting out to inte­rest and enga­ge child­ren in the details of the lives of other child­ren around the world, and the soci­al issu­es affec­ting them, while also being a serious pho­to­gra­phic essay for an adult audi­ence. Its striking design fea­tures a child’s mobi­le on the cover, prin­ted in glow-in-the-dark ink.

EAN

9781905712168

ISBN

978-1-905712-16-8

Autor

Seitenzahl

116

Beschreibung

Englisch

Erscheinungsjahr

Größe

22,9 x 28,2 cm

Verlag

Einbandart

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