About this Book:
There are so many people in our world who need help. How can just one person make a difference?
In this book you'll meet Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, one person who made a difference by deciding to follow Jesus's teachings to help those who are less fortunate. Mother Teresa and her Missionaries of Charity began caring for many thousands of "the poorest of the poor" in India and around the world. From her childhood in Albania to the crowded streets of Calcutta, this is her amazing story.
Those who read this book will learn that even just one small person can make a difference in the world when she cares for others.
Features & Benefits:
- Includes a timeline of the life of Bl. Teresa of Calcutta.
- Features a glossary of terms.
- Includes colorful, lively illustrations.
- Ages 8-10.
About the author:
Jung-wook Ko holds a Ph.D. in Korean literature from Sung Kwan University in Korea and is currently a professor at The Catholic University of Korea in Suwon, Korea. He is the director of the Korean Disabilities Association and a founder of Human Rights for the Disabled. In recent years, he has written several books for children.
Trim size: 7 1/2" x 9 3/4"