Who's Changing the World?

Meet people who turned their frustration about injustice and inequality into motivation to take action and improve the world. These inspiring individuals noticed pollution damaging Earth, sick and injured people who needed help, and unfairness in schools, and they decided to make a positive change. The books in this series feature activists from diverse backgrounds, ranging in age from teenagers to adults. Plus, each book includes tips on how readers can get started as activists themselves!

Cover: Taking Action for Civil and Political Rights
Cover: Taking Action to Help the Environment
Cover: Taking Action to Improve People's Health
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Who's Changing the World? — eBook Set
Multi-user eBook $151.95, 4 titles
Who's Changing the World? — Library Bound Set
Library Bound Hardcover $99.96, 4 titles
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
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Taking Action for Civil and Political Rights
Taking Action to Help the Environment
Taking Action to Improve People's Health
Taking Action to Improve Schools
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019

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Who's Changing the World?

Meet people who turned their frustration about injustice and inequality into motivation to take action and improve the world. These inspiring individuals noticed pollution damaging Earth, sick and injured people who needed help, and unfairness in schools, and they decided to make a… View →