Change the World Bundle
Everyone can be a leader in their lives—even you! Whether in big or small ways, what matters most is leading with kindness and generosity. This book explores what it means to be a leader and highlights that a good leader can come from anywhere and be anyone.
Orion Jean is a 10-year-old 5th grader from Texas. He is the founder of the Race to Kindness, a series of events focused on spreading kindness to others. He has learned a great deal about leadership over the last 2 years, and he’s ready to share his message about leading with kindness with the world.
Diversity is what makes the world such a beautiful and interesting place. When you open your life to it, you learn to respect and celebrate those differences that make everyone special— including your own. This book was made to help kids understand what diversity is and how to actively embrace diversity in every aspect of their lives.
Charnaie Gordon is a Diversity and Inclusion expert, blogger, podcast host, and digital creator. She also serves as a member of the National Advisory Board for Reading is Fundamental for their Race, Equity, and Inclusion (REI) initiative. Find her online at hereweeread.com and @hereweeread on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Climate change is a topic that can be overwhelming for kids and grownups. So if you’re looking for the best place to better understand the climate crisis, look no further! This book will give kids the facts about climate change, explain what the state of our planet is, how it got there, and give them hope to fight for their future.
Zanagee Artis is an advocate for environmental justice for communities at the frontlines of the climate crisis. He works to illuminate the intersections between social justice issues and environmental injustice.
Olivia Greenspan is an activist who started organizing for the environment when she was fifteen. She applies her background in psychology and economics to better understand the challenges inherent in communicating about the climate crisis.
This book explains what voting is, how it works, and examines its influence through the lens of American history. It also challenges kids to wonder: why is it important? And who do you think should be able to vote?
Next Up is a non-profit organization in Oregon. It’s the next generation doing democracy right—mobilizing and uplifting young voters and their voices to envision resilient and joyful communities by building an inclusive democracy of collaboration, innovation, justice, and authenticity.
Contributions to this book made by: Amanda Squiemphen-Yazzie, Devin Ruiz, Amira Tripp Folsom, Izzy Dacones-Rowland, Isabela Villarreal, and Samantha Gladu.
Learn more about Next Up.
This is a book about empathy. Feelings aren’t always easy, especially when they are other people’s. This book teaches kids (and grownups) how to feel “with” someone, and not just for them.
Daron K. Roberts is a recovering NFL Coach, practicing leadership professor and hopeful triathlete. He averages 100 keynote speeches a year. Daron and his wife corral five children every Saturday during their weekly "Donut Council" outings.
Hardback Sizes: 8in. x 10in.
Printed in the USA
Designed in Portland, Oregon