by Miranda Paul, Illustrated by Ebony Glenn
When something really matters, one voice can make a difference. This spirited, vibrant picture book celebrates diversity and encourages kids to speak up, unite with others, and take action when they see something that needs to be fixed.
Join a diverse group of kids on a busy school day as they discover so many different ways to speak up and make their voices heard! From shouting out gratitude for a special treat to challenging a rule that isn't fair, these young students show that simple, everyday actions can help people and make the world a better place.
Target age: 4 to 7
"This book encourages kids to speak up about injustice and bullying, but also about their own feelings. It's a great conversation-starter for this moment, with important words of wisdom for moments to come." --Today
"A thoughtfully inclusive cast of children encounter various situations throughout their school day that present opportunities for them to help themselves and others....The illustrations provide helpful context for younger children....The rhyming text and colorful, cartoon-like illustrations combine for a positive, uplifting message of empowerment.... A calm and creative look at everyday activism, recommended for all library collections." --School Library Journal
About the Contributors:
Miranda Paul is the award-winning author of more than a dozen books for children, including Speak Up, illustrated by Ebony Glenn, and Little Libraries, Big Heroes, illustrated by John Parra.
Ebony Glenn is the illustrator of several picture books, including Mommy's Khimar by Jamila Thompkins-Bigelow, which was named a Best Book of 2018 by NPR.