Every child has the right to play—but in some parts of the world, children spend more time working than playing.
I Like, I Don’t Like is a thought-provoking book that captures how different the world can look from the eyes of those less privileged, showing how children in varying circumstances can see the same object very differently. With stark illustrations that perfectly capture the book’s tone, I Like, I Don’t Like will inspire meaningful discussions about privilege and poverty.
Here’s a peek inside:
The book also includes back matter about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and suggestions for ways young readers can help other children around the world.
For more on I Like, I Don’t Like, see our Five Questions interview with illustrators Ale + Ale.