You don't have to be an adult to change the world. Kids are often eager to make a difference, but may not know where to start. Or worse, they don't feel empowered to do so. One way to encourage them to take a positive step forward is to read them books that teach children to take action and effect change.
Children want to make a difference and are more optimistic about the future than most adults. So it makes sense that parents give their children the tools to effect said change. And these changes don't have to be huge. Children can do a number of small things that make a big difference. Whether that's being kind to the kid in their class who may not be as outgoing, standing up to the school bully, or throwing their trash in the garbage and not on the ground,
But with so many naysayers in the world, it's easy to kids to doubt their abilities to make a difference. That's where books come into play. These stories will open children's eyes to a number of possibilities and inspire them to be the change they — and everyone around them — wish to see in the world.