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Children’s non-fiction book

Migrants is a book designed to provide an easy-to-understand explanation for all the doubts kids might have when they hear about the ‘migrant crisis’ on the news.

This book concisely explains what migration is, its causes and consequences, and the human and legal aspects of it.

STEM book, Science

Illustration: Eduard Altarriba
An original idea by Alababalà

Humanity has always been nomadic. Sedentary life, boundaries set up and creation of identity documents for increasingly stricter population control are a recent phenomenon. Given that the world has never been so globalized, that’s paradoxical. The recent emergence of populist movements in the West, focused on closing borders and rejecting others, raises serious questions about our fraternity, especially at the dawn of the coming great climate migrations which could directly affect us.

This book synthetically explains what migration is, its causes and consequences, and the humanistic and legal aspects regarding it.

Editorial Bang: 230 x 290 mm / hardcover / 48 pages / ES, CA, FR
Beltz & Gelberg: 230 x 290 mm / hardcover / 44 pages / DE
Button Books: 294 x 204 mm / 44 pages / EN
Nobell: 236 x 296 mm / 44 pages / PL
Erickson: 236 x 296 mm / 48 pages / IT
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‘My world’ Collection

My World is a collection of books that aim to explain current affairs in our society in the simplest, most objective way possible, so that children have all the information they need to understand the world around them.
Published Titles: Migrants