Greta’s Story


Greta Thunberg’s name is on everyone lips. How has this Swedish school girl become the spokesperson for global climate change? Why has she been called to speak before the United Nations, G20 leaders? What is it about her that has rattled so many climate sceptics and international elite? 

This is ‘Greta’s Story’, a translated work that reveals the inspiration that stirred Greta to sit outside the Swedish parliament in Helgeandsholmen on August 20th, 2018. How did her isolated school strike stir international youth? Why have politicians, broadcasters, the great and the good become inspired and/or threatened by her? What is Greta’s message?

Bookwagon is proud to bring ‘Greta’s Story’ to our readers. It is a superb companion piece to ‘No One is Too Small to Make a Difference’. Further it is a call to action to all readers, however young or old, that we must make a difference, for ourselves, our future and our planet- now.

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Greta’s Story

The Schoolgirl Who Went on Strike to Save the Planet

Valentina Camerini, illustrated by Moreno Giovannoni, illustrations by Veronica ‘Veci’ Carratello

(Simon & Schuster)

Do you know ‘Greta’s Story The Schoolgirl Who Went on Strike to Save the Planet’? Maybe you’ve read her speeches as compiled in No One is Too Small to Make a Difference or watched her TED talk School strike for climate- changing the world by changing the rules
Possibly, you’ve followed her story on social media, seen her speak before the United Nations or the G20. Maybe you saw her triumphant arrival as she crossed the Atlantic to attend a UN summit on zero emissions. Certainly, the world has taken notice of the young Swedish school girl challenging the world to step up and take responsibility of the future of our planet. 


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