The Kid's Guide To Social Action: How To Solve The Social Problems You Choose--And Turn Creative Thinking Into Positive Action (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Dream It! Do It!)

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9780613896221: The Kid's Guide To Social Action: How To Solve The Social Problems You Choose--And Turn Creative Thinking Into Positive Action (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Dream It! Do It!)

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Resource guide for political action skills that can help children make a difference in solving social problems at the community, state, and national levels.

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About the Author:

Barbara A. Lewis is a former public school teacher and sought-after speaker. She has received many awards for excellence in writing, teaching, and leading youth in service projects and social action. She and her students were honored for community contributions by President Clinton and have been featured nationally in many magazines and newspapers, in The Congressional Record, and on television. Barbara’s books also include What Do You Stand For? (For Kids and For Teens), Kids with Courage, The Teen Guide to Global Action, and The Kid’s Guide to Service Projects. She lives in Park City, Utah.

From School Library Journal:

Grade 4-8-A useful and inspirational update to the 1991 edition of the same title. Students often feel the need to better their world, but may be overwhelmed when they begin their campaigns. With this simple-to-follow guide, young people, teachers, and parents can plan their course of social action and expect to see results. Earlier entries have been updated to see what has been accomplished by motivated students since the first edition was published. Projects range from instigating cleanup of toxic waste to youth-rights campaigns. New material includes Internet searching, an expanded section on lobbying, and in-depth judicial information. A section of reproducible pages including proclamations, survey forms, and a grant application checklist further guide the efforts of young activists. This is a definite purchase for all collections, including those that have the earlier version. Be sure to share this dynamic title with your teachers and homeschoolers.
Mary B. McCarthy, Windsor Severance Library District, CO
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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