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The Extraordinary Life of Greta Thunberg

Written by Devika Jina

Illustrated by Petra Braun

Part of the Extraordinary Lives Series

The Extraordinary Life of Greta Thunberg Synopsis

Greta Thunberg is: An activist A voice for climate change An inspiration Greta Thunberg is an activist best known for calling attention to the devastating effects of climate change on our planet. A bold voice even against people that want to silence her, Greta has become a source of inspiration for millions of people who want to work towards tackling the climate crisis. From taking part in school strikes and owning that her Asperger syndrome is her superpower, to crossing the Atlantic Ocean in a powerful stand against carbon emissions, this is the incredible story of a schoolgirl who is changing the world. This book has been produced with its environmental message in mind, including the treatment of the cover, the black-and-white interiors, and the FSC-certified paper. Explore other extraordinary lives: The Extraordinary Life of Stephen Hawking The Extraordinary Life of Michelle Obama The Extraordinary Life of Katherine Johnson The Extraordinary Life of Mahatma Gandhi The Extraordinary Life of Alan Turing The Extraordinary Life of Serena Williams The Extraordinary Life of Nelson Mandela

Book Information

ISBN: 9780241443897
Publication date: 28th May 2020
Author: Devika Jina
Illustrator: Petra Braun
Publisher: Puffin an imprint of Penguin Random House Children's UK
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 128 pages

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