We Move the World (Hardcover)
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An inspiring and empowering picture book about the small things kids do that have the potential to change the world!
Meet some of the world’s most beloved movers, shakers, scientists, activists, dreamers, and doers from the past and present who model what every childhood first can lead to! Neil Armstrong, Misty Copeland, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and more were once kids—they grew up to lead us to the moon, dance in the ballet, and break barriers.
From first steps to solving puzzles and learning the alphabet, all the small things are only the beginning: they can lead to future activism and innovation that just might change the world!
Featuring fresh and accessible text paired with vibrant illustrations, We Move the World gives young readers a chance to see how much is possible just because of the things they already do. Includes robust backmatter that gives further context on each figure and historical moment, including the most recent COVID-19 pandemic.
About the Author
Kari Lavelle hopes to inspire this generation of readers to move the world! She lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband, their two children, and two dogs. Learn more about Kari and this book at www.karilavelle.com.
Nabi H. Ali is a Tamil American illustrator based in Orange County, California. He is passionate about being a voice for representation in children’s media. When he’s not painting, you can find him reading poetry and studying South Asian history.
Small children learning and playing are juxtaposed with adults changing history. The children’s activities are...easy to read aloud with little ones....The adult achievements celebrated are progressive and diverse.
— Kirkus Reviews
This lovely little picture book offers inspiration to kids who want to make the world a better place.
Empowering nonfiction picture book.
— Publishers Weekly