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Children have lots of ideas for changing the world -- and here are thirty-one fun and simple ways to get started.
Small actions multiplied by lots of people equals big change! That's the driving belief behind the social change movement We Are What We Do -- and it infuses this lively, motivating book packed with action steps for younger readers. Incorporating the suggestions of thousands of children, tips range from stirring (stand up for something) to silly (walk your dad); from earth-friendly (don't charge your phone overnight) to eye-opening (where is that Waldo?); from social (teach your granny to text) to downright surprising (speak soccer!). These thirty-one creative, original ideas are contributed by kids for kids -- and each is guaranteed to have a clear and positive impact. Of course, the book would not be complete without a final question to the reader: what's the one thing you would do to change the world? Back matter includes an author's note and information about how to get involved.
Originally published: London : Walker Books, 2008.
This book contains 31 suggestions and activities that kids can do that help the environment and other people.