'How to make a better world'- For every kid who wants to make a difference
This fun and empowering guide to making the world a better place is packed with inspiring ideas and tips for kids who want to know how to make a difference.
Full of positive encouragement to find something you're passionate about and how to get started on making a big difference through small actions, this brilliant fact book for kids is a treasure trove of information and great advice.
There's a lot that can be changed by just one person, if you know what to do.
Well-written and divided into sections on You, Community, Environment and more, this educational book helps children to look at what they might like to achieve, and the logical approach makes it easy to navigate if you want to tie topics up with school projects.
Brightly illustrated inclusive art makes this fact book as visually appealing as its message. You can easily jump around without any loss of comprehension and dip in for short or longer periods. Learn about tricky social interactions like friendship fallouts, or bullying and how to manoeuvre them, or find out how to go about creating activist campaigns to tackle climate change or social injustice.
If kids are to think positive thoughts and be part of movements for positive change, they need to be encouraged to do it. This book is full of wonderful facts about the world, presenting such positivity as cool, sensible, exciting, and achievable. The perfect starter book to activism for kids.
Make A Change - Change The World!
If you want to create a better world that is equally awesome for everyone, this book is for you.
It's packed with tips for how to change the world, one step at a time. You could be an amazing environmental campaigner or a fantastic equal rights champion.
Authored by Keilly Swift, the Managing Editor of First News, an award-winning weekly newspaper for children.
This kid's educational book teaches children about injustices of the world in a positive way covering topics like:
-Finding your cause, discrimination, and spotting fake news
-Conservation success and the plastic problem
-Animal activism and green living