One and Seven by Rodari Gianni

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One child is portrayed as seven children from all parts of the world. Although each child is different they all laugh in the same language. The story unifies all the children in the end into one man and because of that they can no longer declare war against one another. Essentially, a story of peace.

About Rodari Gianni

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Published March 1, 2003 by Mariuccia Iaconi Books Imports. 24 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Every turn of the page expands the "one and seven" concept, so that the universal child ("who was eight years old") lives simultaneously in Berlin, Moscow, New York, Shanghai and Buenos Aires.

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