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Title
Hunger Hunger
Type
Text
Subject
Famines--Juvenile literature.
Food relief--Juvenile literature.
Famines.
Food relief.
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: HV630 .B37 2010 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 363.8 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2008050430
Summary
The series aims to stimulate debate and discussion with a minimum of text and strong illustrations. Its key feature is the use of primary-source quotes throughout to explain different viewpoints and to give a global perspective on hunger.
Table Of Contents
What is hunger?
Why do famines happen?
What is extreme hunger like?
How aware are we of the hungry?
Does hunger affect only poor countries?
Can't hungry people help themselves?
Are weak and corrupt governments at fault?
Can we feed the world?
Can GM crops solve world hunger?
Does fair trade help?
Can charities make a real difference?
Do events like Live 8 help?
Are we tired of giving?
Are wealthy countries doing all they can?
Who's to blame when food rations don't come?
Should we feel guilty about wasting food?
Can food prices create a food crisis?
Food aid forever?
Timeline.
Intended Audience
juvenile
Authorized Access Point
Barker, Geoff, 1963- Hunger