Good Reading : March 2010
44 goodreading ı MARCH 2010 Everything about books www.goodreadingmagazine.com ONLINE word of mouth younger readers Create a story full of interesting twists and turns by adding just three words and then passing it on to someone else. The more people you get involved, the better the story gets. Here's one to get you in the mood. (The only tricky bit is making sure your story ends at the same place as the page!) small change Whether you’re eight years old or 80, it’s easy to feel powerless when you think about big issues like global warming, world poverty, or even just why people don’t smile more. That’s why the authors of 31 Ways to Change the World asked 4386 young people for ideas and put them in a book. Here’s one of them. Action # 128 Involve Everyone Some things work better when you do them with lots and lots of people -- Mexican waves, football matches, changing the world. This action is one of those things. Copyright © 2008 We Are What We Do Community Interest Company From 31 WAYS TO CHANGE THE WORLD. Reproduced by permission of Walker Books Ltd, London SE11 5HJ and Short Books Ltd, London EC1R 0JH www.walker.co.uk / www.shortbooks.co.uk 31 Ways to Change the World is published by Walker Books, rrp $9.95.