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My Grandma Follows Me on Twitter free pdf You're irked there's no Wi-Fi in the bathroom stall. The yoga mat sticking out of your bag is cramping your style. And the barista completely butchered your chai latte again (yes, you specifically said soy milk and light on the foam). You've got some First World Problems, friend. And we feel your pain. Acclaimed activists Craig and Marc Kielburger have witnessed firsthand some of the world's most serious troubles. And now, for a dose of perspective, they've compiled a hilarious volume of complaints heard only in the developed world. For each of these trifling tribulations, the Kielburger's draw on their experience in international development and offer suggestions for small, corresponding actions that can make an actual world difference. It's a side-splitting collection guaranteed to give pause for both gratitude and laughter. With 100 percent of the proceeds going directly to the charitable work of Free The Children, complaining will never feel this good. Free The Children is an international and educational partner working domestically and internationally to empower and enable youth to be agents of change.

About Craig Kielburger

Brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger are the founders of Free The Children, the world's largest network of children helping children, working with more than one million youth every year. They are nationally syndicated columnists and co-authors of five books, including the New York Times bestseller "Me to We: Finding Meaning in a Material World" and "The World Needs Your Kid: Raising Children Who Care and Contribute," which won a Mom's Choice Award Gold Medal for parenting books. In addition, their work has been featured through multiple appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show, 60 Minutes, CNN, BBC, " and in "Time, People, " and the "Economist." Both are members of the Order of Canada, and, together, hold 16 honorary doctorate degrees.

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Author : Craig Kielburger
Publisher : Douglas
Data Published : 09 September 2014
ISBN : 1927435021
EAN : 9781927435021
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 152 pages
Age + : 10-14 years
Language : English
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