The Happy Children of the Third World vividly portrays the life of the children in developing countries and moves us to the core. Poverty and natural calamity constricts them like a boa-constrictor but the rare beaming faces surprise us for its simplicity and purity.
These children are from the evergreen villages that stretch from the plains of the mighty Ganges to the deserted highlands of Himalayas. From the narrow allies of Dhaka to the furthest island in the gulf of Thailand, the shining faces of these children touch our hearts and make us imagine a world of innocence.
Each volume opens up new and fascinating horizons for readers of all ages.
Volume one contains photographs of the ever smiling children from the streets of Bangladesh to its inland villages and coastal areas.
Artistic photographs always convey the true essence of life in a way no words can, but “The Happy Children of the Third World” take that aesthetic form of photography into a new level with the blend of minimalistic design and creative art direction. It also articulates nature’s own truth with present environmental crisis issues.