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Drawn to Change the World Graphic Novel Collection

16 Youth Climate Activists, 16 Artists

"Young environmental activists around the world are making a difference... The comics were created by different cartoonists whose backgrounds, styles, and even palettes are equally wide-ranging. Overall, these are heartening examples of young people taking action against what is probably the most important issue in all our lives; readers will emerge compelled to make a difference themselves." — Kirkus Reviews (starred review) "Reynolds and an assortment of artists have created something spectacular with this middle grade graphic novel perfect for young activists and those interested in bettering the world... The images are striking and emotional in places, moving in all the right ways, which perfectly complement the stories being told." — School Library Journal (starred review) "A brilliant, powerful, must-read for anyone and everyone on planet earth." — Hannah Gold, author of The Last Bear

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Forlag
HarperAlley
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780063084216
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
23 x 15 cm

Om forfatteren

Emma Reynolds is an illustrator and author based in Manchester, UK. Emma started #KidLit4Climate the first global illustrated climate campaign in early 2019, bringing together thousands of children’s illustrators and authors from more than fifty countries in solidarity with the youth climate strikes. Her author-illustrator debut picture book Amara and the Bats, about bat conservation, community action, and finding hope, is a NSTA 'Best in STEM' and Empathy Lab #ReadForEmpathy selection. She is passionate about storytelling and making accessible SciComm, and is inspired by nature, animals, adventure, and seeing the magic in the everyday. Visit her at EmmaReynoldsIllustration.com. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok @EmmaIllustrate.

Emma Reynolds is an illustrator and author based in Manchester, UK. Emma started #KidLit4Climate the first global illustrated climate campaign in early 2019, bringing together thousands of children’s illustrators and authors from more than fifty countries in solidarity with the youth climate strikes. Her author-illustrator debut picture book Amara and the Bats, about bat conservation, community action, and finding hope, is a NSTA 'Best in STEM' and Empathy Lab #ReadForEmpathy selection. She is passionate about storytelling and making accessible SciComm, and is inspired by nature, animals, adventure, and seeing the magic in the everyday. Visit her at EmmaReynoldsIllustration.com. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok @EmmaIllustrate.

Natsha Donovan is a self-taught illustrator from Vancouver, BC, with a focus on comics and children’s illustration. Her work has appeared in two anthologies: The Other Side, edited by Melanie Gillman and Kori Handwerker, and This Place, published by Portage & Main Press. She illustrated the award-winning children’s book The Sockeye Mother by Brett D. Huson and the graphic novel Surviving the City by Tasha Spillett. She has a degree in anthropology from the University of British Columbia and has worked in academic and magazine publishing. She currently lives in Bellingham, Washington. Natasha Donovan is a member of the Métis Nation of British Columbia.

Anoosha Syed is a Pakistani-Canadian illustrator who has worked on over twenty picture books. She is also a character designer for animation and her past clients include Google, Netflix, and Disney Jr. Anoosha has a passion for creating charming characters with an emphasis on diversity and inclusion. Visit her at www.anooshasyed.com

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"Young environmental activists around the world are making a difference... The comics were created by different cartoonists whose backgrounds, styles, and even palettes are equally wide-ranging. Overall, these are heartening examples of young people taking action against what is probably the most important issue in all our lives; readers will emerge compelled to make a difference themselves." — Kirkus Reviews (starred review) "Reynolds and an assortment of artists have created something spectacular with this middle grade graphic novel perfect for young activists and those interested in bettering the world... The images are striking and emotional in places, moving in all the right ways, which perfectly complement the stories being told." — School Library Journal (starred review) "A brilliant, powerful, must-read for anyone and everyone on planet earth." — Hannah Gold, author of The Last Bear

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