Mary Robinson: A Voice for Fairness

Mary Robinson: A Voice for Fairness : Little Library 5

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Welcome to the next book in your Little Library. When your collection is complete you'll have a Little Library - and big knowledge!



Discover the first female president of Ireland, Mary Robinson!



Mary Robinson grew up with four brothers - something which gave her an interest in women's rights from a young age! She was a brilliant student and worked hard, becoming the youngest professor of law in Ireland. From law to politics, the presidency to the United Nations, Mary has spent her life fighting for equality, human rights and climate justice.



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'John Burke's text is informative while celebrating her ambition, work ethic and many achievements. Fatti Burke's illustrations are gorgeous and fill the book with warmth and humour. One for ambitious boys and girls, tiny feminists and strong girls everywhere.' Children's Books Ireland







'It's Kathi 'Fatti' Burke's warm, stylish and witty illustrations that really make this book sing. Highly recommended for all readers.' Sarah Webb, Irish Independent Review







'I think the book is amazing' Alison Curtis, Today FM
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Product details

  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 196 x 253 x 12mm | 368g
  • Gill Books
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • English
  • 0717189937
  • 9780717189939
  • 77,492

About John Burke

Kathi 'Fatti' Burke is an Irish illustrator. She lives in Lisbon. John Burke is Fatti's dad. He is a retired primary school teacher and principal. He lives in Waterford. Together they also created the award-winning, bestselling series of books Irelandopedia, Historopedia and Focloiropedia.
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