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Mother Teresa: My First Mother Teresa (Little People, BIG DREAMS (15)) Board book – July 2, 2019
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Mother Teresa (Little People, Big Dreams)
Agnes was raised to love God and love others above all else.
Little did she know that in the future she would be known as Saint Teresa of Calcutta.
Mother Teresa opened a hospital in an old Hindu temple.
There was always one more bed, one more plate of rice, and one more blanket to cover whoever needed it. She knew that the smallest things could make the biggest difference.
She received all the awards that could be given to a single person.
But she only accepted them in the name of the poor.
About the Author
Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara, born in Barcelona, Spain, is a writer and creative director in constant search of new concepts for children’s books and the author of the multimillion-copy best-selling Little People, BIG DREAMS series of picture books that explore the lives of outstanding people. 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. She started off studying Law, before doing what felt right: working as a freelance illustrator. You can find her work in children's books, magazines, CD Covers, exhibits, and even on toys. Her clients include Usborne, Scholastic, and Penguin Young Readers.
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I even dislike how it describes Macedonia as being next to Greece ... totally not referencing Albania or Kosovo!
I guess that might be the case for a lot of these books can't go into too much detail.