No World Too Big
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No World Too Big: Young People Fighting Global Climate Change
Fans of No Voice Too Small will be inspired by young climate activists who made an impact around climate change in their communities, countries, and beyond.
Featuring poems by:
David Bowles | Jeanette Bradley | Vanessa Brantley Newton | JaNay Brown-Wood | Keila V. Dawson | Dalia Elhassan | Rajani LaRocca | Renée M. LaTulippe | Lindsay H. Metcalf | Aka Niviâna | Sally J. Pla | Teresa Robeson | Traci Sorell | Heidi E. Y. Stemple | Carlon Zackhras
Articles & Interviews
Featuring NO WORLD TOO BIG by Middle School Life blogger Hannah Wadsworth, teaching tips and interview with Keila V. Dawson.
June 2023 ECO Bookworm Book Club pick by American Public Health Association
Everyday is Earth Day #2, Librarian’s Quest, by Margie Myers-Culver, April 14, 2023.
Keila Dawson Shares a Poem About Earth, National Poetry Month on The Children’s Book Podcast, Matthew Winner, April 5, 2023
Review: No World Too Big, RICHETTA, Cocoa With Books blog, 3-6-2023
Mining For Heart: “An Outside-In and Inside-Out Look at Creating a Book” by Keila Dawson, Beth Anderson, Reader, Writer, Miner of Moments blog, 2-24-2023
THERE IS NO PLANET B: TEN BOOKS ABOUT GLOBAL WARMING FOR YOUNG READERS BY KEILA V. DAWSON, Nerdy Book Club, 2-4-2023
5 Books To Help Kids Face Our Frightening World by Mahnaz Dar, Kirkus Reviews, 2-3-2023
No Voice Too Small by Zeena, TeachingAuthors blog
Charlesbridge Publishing Interview clip
Charlesbridge editor Julie Bliven interviews Lindsay H. Metcalf, Keila V. Dawson, and Jeanette Bradley, co-editors and illustrator of NO WORLD TOO BIG along with author Sara E. Echenique, author of OUR ROOF IS BLUE.
Featuring NO WORLD TOO BIG by Middle School Life blogger Hannah Wadsworth, K-12 teaching tips.
“What’s in Your Trashcan?” Audit drawing worksheet
“What’s in Your Trashcan?” Sort & Weigh worksheet
Publisher’s Weekly “The suggestion that no one is too young to fight for change emphatically inspires.”
Kirkus “Inspiring examples for fledgling defenders of the environment.”
Booklist “…this unusual, quietly forceful book will be a great addition to classroom and public library shelves.”
School Library Journal “A great title to introduce curious readers and budding environmentalists to what youth are doing around the world right now to fight global climate change.”
Charlesbridge | ISBN: 978-1-62354-313-6
40 pages | ages 5-9