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THE WORLD NEEDS YOUR KID: Raising Children Who Care and Contributeby Craig Kielburger, Marc Kielburger,
and Shelley Page
Publication Date: September 7, 2010
Price: 19.99 (currently on sale on Amazon.com for $13.57)
This wonderful book, with a foreword by the Dalai Lama,teaches parents how to raise children that give back to society. Instead of your child going through life as a bystander, learn how to give your child the tools necessary to become a caring, loving citizen.
Lessons include such titles as "How to Find Your Rebel a Cause" and "What Do You Want to be as Your Kids Grow Up" and are surrounded by beautiful and inspirational photographs of people, places and events that tell a story. Your child and you will learn techniques toward identifying ways to make a positive change in the world. Read first person accounts from people who have seen diversity and made a decision to become part of the solution; people such as Jerry White, who lost his leg in a land mine accident and then founded Survivor Corps, an agency that helps victims of war rebuild their lives. The World Needs Your Kid teaches children to "live the message" and to "be the change" through small and simple exercises that require a small investment of self. This book will inspire you to be a better person through the heart felt stories and acts of courage expressed within; a small glimpse into the trials and tribulations felt around the globe. The authors (Craig Kielburger, Marc Kielburger and Shelley Page) have written and organized an excellent tool for all parents. This book is 271 pages full of life that will keep the wheels in your head turning for a long time to come.
With each book purchase, the Me to We foundation gives a notebook to a child in a developing country.
Learn more about Craig and Marc Kielburger's charity: Free the Children and follow the two brothers on Twitter for updates on their travels and experiences.
Where to Purchase: Amazon.com
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