After 65 years, the leaders of North and South Korea have officially declared the war between their two lands to be over. There is reasonable skepticism from every side as to what this actually means for peace, but an end to declared hostilities is always worth celebrating. Now it's time to focus on what this … Continue reading A Korean “War: A Children’s Book” for the End of the Korean War
Dear War: A Children's Book supporters, I returned a week ago from one of my favorite cities in the world, Sarajevo, Bosnia. I was there with my dear friend Riad Alhamad, the Arabic co-author for War: A Children's Book, attending the 8th Muslim Jewish Conference, where we had the honor of sitting in a room full … Continue reading War: A Children’s Book at the Muslim Jewish Conference
War: A Children's Book is not a one-person production. To date, there have been hundreds of people who have gotten involved, promoting the book, managing the project, improving, editing, or translating the text, and of course editing the translations! We're going to start introducing some of our star volunteers, without whom we'd never have accomplished … Continue reading Featuring: Prisca Ojwang’!
Tomorrow's Kenyan elections look likely to result in a repeat of inter-group violence and conflict, a vicious cycle in recent Kenyan history. In order to break the cycle, we offer the Kiswahili version of War: A Children's Book for free to the world, that Kenyan parents can talk to their children about the unnecessariness of … Continue reading Kiswahili Edition
The entire War: A Children's Book team is enormously honored to be featured at the U.S. State Department's Ralph J. Bunche Library Speaker Series. Kiswahili co-Author Jason Maageria and German co-Author Manuela Schuster will join author Zachary Gallant to discuss the project, to explore the universality of talking to children about war, and why it … Continue reading U.S. State Department Library Speaker Series features War: A Children’s Book