Cramm This Book: So You Know Wtf Is Going on in the World Today

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Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Philomel Books
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.56 X 1.0 inches | 0.83 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780593352168

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About the Author
Olivia Seltzer (thecramm.com) is the founder and sole writer of The Cramm. She started The Cramm after the 2016 presidential election, when she became inspired to make a difference. Since then, she has written over five hundred newsletters for The Cramm, spoken at NATO Engages and the IFTF Summit, been featured in NPR, Teen Vogue, TODAY, The Economist, and Forbes (among others), been selected as a Three Dot Dash Global Teen Leader and a Diller Teen Awardee, and traveled to different college campuses starting a grassroots movement to educate the world's future. Her goal? Changing the world--one Cramm at a time--and creating activists out of the next generation by informing them about the world's happenings. She is attending Harvard as part of the class of 2026 to further her interest in political science. You can follow Olivia Seltzer and The Cramm on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat @TheCramm.
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Praise for Cramm This Book

* "Insightful, balanced, and nuanced [with a] final message [that] is a direct challenge to readers: now that you understand these problems, are you going to do something about them?" --Booklist, *STARRED REVIEW*

* "This highly informative text explains to Gen Zers that they not only have a voice, but the power to use it . . . a timely, useful, and much-needed title." --School Library Connection, *STARRED REVIEW*

"Seltzer's authorial tone is easygoing, self-aware, honest, and inviting while delivering crucial and sensitive information. . . . This is an ideal work for readers seeking a starting point for world knowledge and societal activism." --Kirkus Reviews

"A super helpful resource for social studies classes and catching up on social, economic, and political events." --School Library Journal