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  • Me to Weby Craig Kielburger; Marc Kielburger

    Touchstone 2008; US$ 19.99

    "I shared a conviction with my husband that, even in a conflict region such as ours, when human needs and aspirations are prioritized in a society, that society is better able to resist and topple tyrants and extremists. That when people have hope and opportunity, they will sacrifice and invest in a stable and peaceful future for their families. And... more...

  • Standing Tallby Spencer West; Susan McClelland; Craig Kielburger; Marc Kielburger

    Greystone Books 2011; US$ 19.95

    Spencer West is many things. Accomplished speaker. University graduate. Natural prankster. Former cheerleader. And a young man without legs?something that has never held him back. Spencer was born without the use of his legs. When he was five, doctors decided to amputate below his pelvis to better help him get around. It didn?t bother him; he was... more...

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