Greta Thunberg is Releasing a Book of Her Speeches

“My name is Greta Thunberg. I am 16 years old. I come from Sweden. And I speak on behalf of future generations."

'No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference' is due out in June.

Swedish teenager and multi-hyphenate Greta Thunberg is spreading her word and wisdom even further with the release of a new book. Set for release in June, the book is a collection of speeches titled No One Is Too Small To Make a Difference.

The title is a quote of Thunberg's made at the COP24 UN Climate talks and contains eleven of her most powerful speeches from last September up to April this year. All of the speeches were delivered at various international climate talks, seminars, protests and TEDTalk conventions.

"This little book will document an extraordinary, unprecedented moment in our history, and invite you to join in the fight for climate justice: to wake up, spread the word, and make a difference," editor Chloe Currens told The Guardian.

Following on from the book's forthcoming release, a separate family memoir written jointly by Greta, her parents and sister entitled Scenes from the Heart will also be released later in the year. 

It will share the family’s story of supporting Greta after she was diagnosed with Aspergers and selective mutism and nourishing her passions for climate change activism.

You can pre-order No One Is Too Small To Make a Difference here.

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