Amazing Canadian Kids!: What They’re Doing to Make a Difference And How You Can Too!
The five Canadian kids you will meet in these chapters have impacted the world to the point where it is forever changed. Thanks to their youthful innocence, they saw a great need, and did not hesitate in raising their voice and forging new paths to emerge triumphant in their quest to make the world a better place for the environment and their fellow human beings. You will read how their journey began and how it unfolded during their childhood, and what they are doing today to continue their amazing work. At the end of each chapter, you will be empowered with facts and suggestions on how you can do your part to change the world – because kids can make a difference! The author will donate a percentage of personal proceeds from sales of this book to each of the organizations/causes represented by the five Canadian "kids". An "Amazing Children Around The World" Book
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