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12mo - 18 x 12 cm.; 94 pp. A biography written for children about the life of Jebb (1876-1928), a British social reformer and founder of the organization, Save the Children, designed first to help the children in post-World War I Germany and Austria and later those of famine-stricken Russia. She wrote the "Declaration of the Rights of the Child" adopted by the League of Nations. Green paper-covered boards with a full-colour frontis illustration. Light edgewear, some foxing on text block edges; binding tight, text pages clean. Dust jacket lightly soiled with some chipping and closed tears along edges.
Title: Save the Children, The Story of Eglantyne Jebb (Stories of Faith and Fame).
Categories: Childrens - General,
Publisher: London, Lutterworth Press.: 1969
Book Condition: Very Good- in Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 19126
Keywords: Children, Biography, Stories of Faith and Fame Save the Children, Eglantyne Jebb, Women, Social Reformers, Reform World War I, Rights of the Child