One Makes The Difference: Inspiring Actions that Change our World by Julia Hill

One Makes The Difference: Inspiring Actions that Change our World

byJulia Hill

Paperback | March 26, 2002

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After her record-breaking two year tree sit, Julia Butterfly Hill has ceaslessly continued her efforts to promote sustainability and ecologically-minded ways to save the old-growth redwoods she acted so valiantly to protect. Here she provides her many young fans with what they yearn for most -- her advice on how to promote change and improve the health of the planet, distilled into an essential handbook. This book will be accessible to school-aged children, while accomodating the audience of parents and teachers who look to Julia as an example of how one person can "change the world." Packed with a variety of charts, diagrams, and interesting factoids, the book will be broken down into a series of steps and easy-to-follow lessons. It will be written broadly so as to accommodate all kinds of activism, though its core focus will be on environmental issues.

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“An inspiring great, true tale that gives us the opportunity to arm ourselves with understanding and then to use our voices to act in support.” (Los Angeles Times)
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Title:One Makes The Difference: Inspiring Actions that Change our WorldFormat:PaperbackPublished:March 26, 2002Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062517562

ISBN - 13:9780062517562

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“An inspiring great, true tale that gives us the opportunity to arm ourselves with understanding and then to use our voices to act in support.” (Los Angeles Times)