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Rise Up : Ordinary Kids with Extraordinary Stories (Winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2020), Hardback Book

Rise Up : Ordinary Kids with Extraordinary Stories (Winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2020) Hardback

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WINNER OF THE BLUE PETER BOOK AWARDS 2020___________"An inspirational book telling the tales of 29 amazing children.

Children who have triumphed, overcome and persevered.

Children who would put most grown ups to shame!" - Konnie Huq ___________This book tells the stories of girls and boys from around the world and the challenges they have faced and overcome. It features over 29 tales of amazing young girls and boys who have achieved the unimaginable - from surviving a plane crash in the jungle to striking against climate change.

There are tales of triumphing over illness and injury, and of overcoming bullying.

Entries include Greta Thunberg, Boyan Slat and Phiona Mutesi, to name a few.

Each incredible story is narrated in an exciting and engaging style, and is combined with visually stunning illustrations by Amy Blackwell.

Children can lose themselves in the remarkable true-life tales of ingenuity, courage and commitment.

Practical tips and skills accompany every entry, from how to deal with altitude sickness to how to be more green.

They provide children with an exciting springboard and the confidence to apply the knowledge to their own life situations - now and in the future. A perfect gift for every fearless child you know, these empowering stories show that no matter who you are, how old you are, and what you do, you can rise to the challenge.

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