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31 ways to change the world : we are what we do / [produced by Nick Stanhope ; art direction and design by New Future Graphic ; writtten by Tanis Taylor and 4,386 children (more or less)].

Contributor(s): Taylor, Tanis | Stanhope, Nick.
Publisher: Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2010Edition: First U.S. edition.Description: 76 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780763645069; 0763645060.Other title: Thirty-one ways to change the world.Subject(s): Social change -- Juvenile literature | Change (Psychology) -- Juvenile literature | Youth -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature | Conduct of lifeDDC classification: 303.48/4083 Summary: Presented by British community interest company We Are What We Do, this stylish handbook features 31 suggestions for changing the world, volunteered by kids. The actions vary from the practical ("Turn things off when you leave the room") to the civic ("Teach Your Granny to Text"-a crocheted list of gran-centric abbreviations includes IMD or "In my day...") and cross-cultural. Space is provided for readers to write in their own actions. Optimistic without being contrived, and visually exciting. Ages 8-12. (Mar.) Copyright 2010 Reed Business Information.
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A collection of thirty-one creative ideas for changing the world, contributed by over 4,000 children.

Presented by British community interest company We Are What We Do, this stylish handbook features 31 suggestions for changing the world, volunteered by kids. The actions vary from the practical ("Turn things off when you leave the room") to the civic ("Teach Your Granny to Text"-a crocheted list of gran-centric abbreviations includes IMD or "In my day...") and cross-cultural. Space is provided for readers to write in their own actions. Optimistic without being contrived, and visually exciting. Ages 8-12. (Mar.) Copyright 2010 Reed Business Information.

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