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Out of War Natural Enemies
In 1998, the Children’s Movement for Peace in Colombia became the first children’s organization to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. The same year I travelled to Colombia to write a report that would be submitted to the Nobel Committee in support of their nomination.
Out of War tells the story of the Children’s Movement for Peace woven through nine first person stories of children who grew up in violence, yet chose to make peace. Out of War is also available in French as “La paix pour les enfants” and in Spanish as “Constructores de Paz.” Read excerpts, analysis, more stories, reviews.
Eco-terrorists are threatening to upset Kenya’s ban on ivory trading. Outcast detective Wangai, zoologist Maya Saito and American journalist Sam Hawthorne are up against a ruthless cell led by psychopath Zhu. Fast-paced and unpredictable, Natural Enemies is also rooted in solid research into elephant behaviour and communication, and personal experience working with an elephant research group in Kenya.
Natural Enemies won a Turner Tomorrow Award from Ted Turner and the Edward Abbey Award for Eco-Fiction. Read excerpts, reviews
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