Kaye Stearman - Hachette Children's Group

Kaye Stearman



Kaye Stearman has worked for international organizations in the field of human rights, minorities, health and development. She is also an experienced writer of children's books and has published titles on human rights and social issues.
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Human Trafficking

Kaye Stearman
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Kaye Stearman

Global Issues: Human Trafficking considers the definition of human trafficking, its history and its causes, including a case study of gangmaster Lin Liang Ren, convicted in the Morecambe Bay cockle picker case. The impact of human traffiking, the various responses to it, and human trafficking in the media are also taken into account.

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Military Intervention

Kaye Stearman
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Kaye Stearman

Is it ever justified for one country to send armed forces into another country? Is it sometimes necessary to use military intervention to enforce international law, keep the peace and save lives? This book explores the issues in detail, looking at the historical background to military intervention and the implications of its use in the world today.

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Cosmetic Surgery

Kaye Stearman
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Kaye Stearman
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Freedom of Information

Kaye Stearman
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Kaye Stearman

This series shows balanced arguments for and against issues affecting our modern world. The books study each argument in detail and explore the history of each topic. The use of case studies throughout bring the issues to light.

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Life on the Streets

Kaye Stearman
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Kaye Stearman

Part of growing up is about expressing yourself, forming your own opinions and making difficult decisions. This book gives you clear advice about the attitudes towards homelessness and allows you to make your own decisions on how to tackle the problem.

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Homelessness

Kaye Stearman
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Kaye Stearman

Growing up involves making decisions and taking responsibility over your life. Each book in this series explores an issue that may affect young people's lives. The books are aimed directly at children and provide support to them and also to parents and teachers. Talk About conveys information about issues in a way that children may experience them first or second hand.