Choose Love forms part of this year’s Read for Empathy Collections from Empathy Lab
Graffeg are proud to announce Nicola Davies and Petr Horáček’s poetry collection Choose Love
has been chosen to form part of this year’s Read for Empathy
collection, run by Empathy Lab.
The collection features 65 books for 4-16 year olds, each chosen to empower an empathy-educated generation. Many of the books help readers understand
the lives of those experiencing tough situations, like becoming homeless, or a refugee. Others help children build their understanding of emotions or inspire positive action towards the climate or animals or people in their community.
Forming part of this important collection, Choose Love
is a cycle of poems that highlights the experience of those forced to become refugees.
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About the author & illustrator:
Nicola Davies is the author of more than 80 books including picture books, non-fiction, fiction and poetry for children and adults. She has written widely on many subjects including environmental science, children’s rights, disability, grief and refugees. Recently two of her titles The Day War Came and The King of the Sky were endorsed by Amnesty UK
Petr Horáček is an award winning illustrator and author of books for children. His books include The Best Place in the World, Puffin Peter, Blue Penguin, The Greedy Goat, Silly Suzy Goose and A New House for Mouse.
Petr illustrated Nicola Davies’s book A First Book of Animals published by Walker Books, which was shortlisted for The Kate Greenaway Medal and in 2017 was awarded Schools Library Association Information Book Award.