Greta Thunberg: Little People, BIG DREAMS is a powerful and inspiring addition to the critically acclaimed series that introduces young readers to the incredible life of Greta Thunberg, the renowned environmental activist.
This beautifully illustrated book tells the true story of Greta's journey from a young girl to a global advocate for climate action. When Greta first learned about the urgent climate crisis, she was deeply moved and puzzled by the lack of action from those in power. This realization drove her to take a unique and impactful form of protest—she stopped talking. Her silent protest grew into the "School Strike for Climate," where she would sit outside the Swedish Parliament, demanding immediate action to save our planet. Her determination inspired countless young people around the world, creating a powerful global movement that challenged adults and politicians to take responsibility.
Greta found her voice and began using it to motivate people to take action by delivering her message: "No one is too small to make a difference." This book, enriched with stylish and engaging illustrations, also includes additional facts at the back, featuring a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of Greta Thunberg's extraordinary life.
Greta Thunberg: Little People, BIG DREAMS is part of a bestselling biography series that focuses on the remarkable achievements of individuals, from artists and scientists to activists. These captivating stories highlight that every outstanding person started as a child with a dream, and they inspire young readers to follow their own dreams and strive for a better world.