“How many miles can a person walk for peace?” wonders a woman who wants to counter the world’s inclination toward war. She sets a goal—twenty-five thousand miles—and spends years reaching, then exceeding, it, reliant on kind strangers for sustenance and places to sleep. She champions peace wherever she goes—in sermons, through pamphlets, and while meeting with new friends. In the book’s soft illustrations, peace trails behind her, represented by colorful, feather-like strokes. It’s an inspiring tale for budding activists.
Michelle Anne Schingler
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