Faces of Hope: children of a changing world
09 Mar 2006
A book that delivers what its title promises, Faces of Hope by Alison Wright is a visually stunning book, which photographically records the lives of children around the globe.
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A book that delivers what its title promises, Faces of Hope by Alison Wright is a visually stunning book, which photographically records the lives of children around the globe. Containing over 180 stunning, colour images, the Faces of Hope showcases Alison’s work and is a testament to the 20 years she has spent photographing the world and its people.
The text includes quotes from visionaries such as HH the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. These wise words compliment Alison’s touching photographs and the book is an inspirational read. Alison’s accounts of her meetings with the children she has photographed, are personal and affecting. Faces of Hope celebrates children and their diversity; commemorating their heritages, praising their spirit and paying tribute to the promise they hold for the creation of a better and brighter future.
Faces of Hope; children of a changing world is available from New World Library for £27.00
Contact: Airlift Books ISBN 1 57731 223 6
Tel: +44 (0)208 8040400
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