Mother Teresa (Little People Big Dreams) by Isabel Sanchez Vegara & Natascha RosenbergOnly 1 left!
In the Little People Big Dreams series, discover the lives of outstanding people from designers and artists to scientists. All of them went on to achieve incredible things, yet all of them began life as a little child with a dream. This book follows the incredible life of Mother Teresa in this true story of her life. Little Agnes (later to become Mother Teresa) was born in Skopje, Macedonia. From an early age, she knew she wanted to dedicate herself to religion. She was fascinated by stories of missionaries helping people and wanted to do the same. She spent the rest of her life caring for the sick and poor around the world and is now remembered as Saint Teresa of Calcutta. This moving book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the Nobel Peace Prize winning nun's life. This empowering series celebrates the important life stories of wonderful women of the world. These books make the lives of these role models accessible for children, providing a powerful message to inspire the next generation of outstanding people who will change the world!
Isabel Sanchez Vegara was born in Barcelona, Spain, and is a writer and creative director in constant search of new concepts for children's books. Working for more than fifteen years for clients in top advertising agencies, her books combine creativity with learning, aiming to establish a new and fresh relationship between children and pop culture. Natascha Rosenberg was born in Germany, and grew up in Spain, living and learning two different cultures. She started off studying Law, and qualified before following her true calling as a freelance illustrator. She loves trying out different things and different techniques, illustrating mainly in children's books but also in magazines, CD covers, exhibits and even on toys.
Hardback: 32 pages.
25cm x 20cm.
Age: 5 to 8 Years.