From sending books to prisons to making a list of things to do before you die, this book is jam-packed with inspiration on how to change the world. Simple things that keep you going each day, and huge ways to keep others going, are what you will find inside.
This book is great for the new year, so you can look back at the end of 2010 and think about all the things you did, because just a little something each day adds up to a lot after 365 days. If one of your New Year resolutions is to become more Earth-friendly, purchasing this book guarantees that will happen. Or if you are too busy to actually do the things the book mentions, it has tons of information that makes you more aware of the subject, leaving it open for actually getting into later.
Despite the fact that it is not a children's book, because it talks about and includes some adult matters, mature preteens and teens will understand it. "365 Ways to Change the World" is a great gift, especially for somebody who is interested in the environment, or wants to be more socially conscious. This is the kind of book you can read over and over again.
It includes all kinds of information about Web sites, organizations and more information if you are interested in a certain subject, or are wanting to raise money for a certain cause.
I believe that the more people who read this book, the better our country, and world, can become. Recommended for ages 14 and up.