Here’s a new book to check out with your kids:
When Talia Leman was just ten years old, she rallied students from four thousand U.S. school districts to report more than $10 million for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Then she founded RandomKid, a nonprofit organization that brings youth together across the globe, providing them with tools and resources to create positive change.
Today RandomKid has unified the efforts of 12 million children bringing aid to four continents. In Talia’s new book A RANDOM BOOK ABOUT THE POWER OF ANYONE, Talia Leman – now seventeen and a senior in high school— shows readers how to find their passion and make room for life’s surprises, demonstrating that everyone has what it takes to make a difference for anything that matters to them.
Passionate about the potential we all have inside us, Talia writes, “The truth is, our power comes from being who we are, exactly as we are, and doing what we do, exactly as we are compelled to do it! When you spread value—by generously giving it away from the genuine place of you—people sit up, wake up, and pay attention.”
Writing with enthusiasm and humor Talia shares her secrets for being greater than you know how to be, including:
· Sideways is a better way to go forward
· If life gives you lemons, lemonade is just one option
· Too many cooks is the right number
· Purpose happens by accident
· It’s not about thinking outside the box; it’s about not having a box at all
Read more about A Random Book about the Power of ANYone at amazon.