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Part of the Campfire ® Heroes series, "Mother Teresa: Angel of the Slums" is a graphic novel about Albanian-born Mother Teresa, who 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.
Number of Pages: 88
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 10.2 X 6.6 (inches)|
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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. What she could not envision, however, was exactly where that service to God would take her. Sent to Calcutta to teach history and geography from within the safe confines of a convent, Mother Teresa could not ignore the plight of the homeless and the dying. So she chose to give up everything in her life to serve those most in need.
With nothing but her faith to guide her, she took to the slums with the hope that she could make a difference in the lives of at least a few lost souls. And with her pure heart and beautiful spirit, she wound up touching millions.
"The life story of the famed charity worker is summarized in this lavishly illustrated biography. . . . Nagar's art is striking, painting scenes in watercolors that evoke the powerful emotions of Mother Teresa's story." -- Publishers Weekly