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Gandhi: His Life, His Struggles, His Words
   
Author: Elisabeth de Lambilly
Illustrator: Severine Cordier
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Language: English
Type of Product: Librarybound Book
Item Number: BY123W
Retail Price: $119.70
ISBN Number: 1592700942
Description: An intelligent and appealing look at the life, times and words of Mahatma Gandhi.

Speaking after Gandhi’s assassination, Albert Einstein remarked that in the future people would surely wonder that a person such as Gandhi had walked among us. In all respects, Gandhi was an uncommon person. Outraged by human suffering, revolted by injustice, and guided by faith, Gandhi spent his life standing up for what he believed to be right. He did this with unfailing strength and equanimity, ready to give his life for the most humble in the belief that every human being should be allowed to live with dignity and freedom. Gandhi spoke up and out. He dissented and stood his ground, and through his actions he changed our world for the better. Gandhi’s moral and spiritual courage have made him an excellent role model for each subsequent generation, and his example is as pressing today as ever.

This wonderfully engaging book consists of several parts: an eleven-page comic strip about Gandhi’s life; a chronology; twelve two-page chapters about different aspects of Gandhi’s life, such as his early years, his life in London, Hinduism, nonviolence, and Indian independence. The book ends with a section of referenced quotes both from Gandhi and about him, followed by a list of recommended books and an index.

2010 7 1/4 x 9 5/8 67pp Ages 10 & up
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