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Mother Teresa Angel of the Slums - Campfire Graphic Novel

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Albanian-born Mother Teresa knew from a young age that she wanted to become a nun and devote her life to God. This devotion led her to the city of Calcutta, which in the 1940s was devastated by famine, poverty, disease, and war.

Thousands of homeless, sick, and starving people filled the city’s slums. Alone and forgotten, these poorest of the poor were desperate for someone to recognise their plight and help them.

With nothing but her faith to guide her, Mother Teresa took to the slums bringing hope and comfort to those at the very margins of society.

With her pure heart and beautiful spirit, she touched the lives of millions

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Brand / Publisher Campfire
Age Group (Yrs) 7
ISBN 9789380741741
Author Lewis Helfand
Language English (Full Colour Illustration)
Pages 88
Binding Paperback


Brand Information

Campfire is India’s foremost publisher of graphic novels. Over the last five years the company has produced over 72 titles across the four categories of classics, mythology, biography and originals. All Campfire’s editors, writers and artists share a deep passion for story-telling and are committed to releasing outstanding work that will entertain, educate and excite the reader.

The Classics category brings timeless stories such as Oliver Twist, the Time Machine and the Jungle Book vividly to life, while the Biography category titles explore the lives and times of eminent personalities from around the world, in a manner that is both inspirational and personal. This section includes two award winning titles, Nelson Mandela, and Steve Jobs: Genius by Design which won Best Graphic Novel and Best Writer at the Comic Con India Awards.

Their Mythology titles tap into the vast library of epics, myths, and legends from India and abroad, presenting not just tales from time immemorial, but also bringing to the fore their modern-day relevance.

Finally, Campfire’s Originals titles feature exciting new storylines and colourful characters who will captivate a generation of readers across the globe.

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