Nicola Rijsdijk and Maya Marshak

A Tiny Seed

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Year : 2014
Age range : 7 years old and more
Tag(s) : Self-confidence building ; Our beautiful planet ; A hint of culture ; Discovering new regions
Duration : 3 - 4 min
A tiny seed is the story of Wangari Maathai. Wangari Maathai understood that a lot can be achieved for the world by planting a tiny seed and letting it grow. Through her belief and her dreams for her country and people, she became the first black woman to win the Nobel Prize.
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« A tiny seed » is a wonderful book simply tracing the exceptional life of Wangari Maathai; from Kenya to the United States, to winning the Nobel Peace Prize. The very soft illustrations transform, throughout this story, landscapes into characters as a reconnection of people with Nature.
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