Thursday, November 19, 2009

The Book Is Here!

Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties has been released! On paper and everything. You can find it at the following places, and many local, independent bookstores are carrying it as well:

Order online!
Barnes and Noble
Books a Million

Thanks to all of you for all of your support throughout the last few years of researching and writing. I hope the book serves as a jumping off point and that our community of world changers continues to grow!

Some writers and activists who I really respect had a chance to read the book before it was released, and here is what they had to say about it:

''Everywhere I go around the planet, I find young people, fresh from
college, leading the new green movement. With savvy and heart, they're
making a real difference--and as this book shows, you can too!"

-Bill McKibben,

"Having a positive impact doesn't have to be complicated, but sometimes
the biggest obstacle is knowing where--and how to start. Ten Ways is a
great resource to help people who are just starting out know how to start
making a difference."

- Meg Busse - The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for First-time Job Seekers

"What I love about Ten Ways is that it picks up where so many books leave
off and answers the question, “what exactly is to be done by individuals
who want to help?” Libuse Binder has found the perfect combination of
information, inspiration, and detailed suggestions for adults of all ages to
begin to make a difference."
-Laurie David,

"What really distinguishes Ten Ways is how Binder presents real world
cases of young people creating positive change. These aren't just ideas--they're success stories."

-Ben Jervey, Environmental journalist and author of The Big Green Apple

"Ten Ways to Change the World In Your Twenties won't only teach you
how to change the world, it will get you exhilarated about doing so. Libuse Binder
is a passionate advocate and activist, and she writes in fun, accessible prose
that's never preachy, that speaks to any generation--whether you're in your 20s
or your 80s--about how to live mindfully, and have a blast while doing so."

-Melissa Kirsch, author of The Girl's Guide to Absolutely Everything
"Libuse Binder has a heart as big as the world. Ten Ways To Change the World in Your Twenties is imperative reading young people committed to helping the planet, and one another, toward a more enlightened future. Read this book!"

-Mark Matousek, author of When You're Falling, Dive, and Ethical Wisdom: What Makes Us Good?

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