5 Ways Books Can Change The World

Thank you, Mariana, for writing this post, but also for helping to make this world a better place through your children’s books. I believe that is why most writers write! I know I do. That’s why I am trying to get my book “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” part of the curriculum in high schools and colleges.
I wish you much success in your endeavor to help make the world a better & smarter place! 😉 ❤
Peace, love & justice for all,
Sherrie
P.S. Wow, two post about how reading books allows us to have more empathy! Is that serendipity or what?

Scribbles on the Wall

IMG_20140511_151339We live in a convoluted world, no doubt about it. When I was a young girl I dreamed of changing it for the better. Now, as years make me inevitably wiser, I see the need to keep that dream alive, not only for me, but for future generations. The seed I’m planting is one that grows slowly but steadily. Its roots pierce the soft flesh of tender hearts, feeding from their soul, and then blooming into a strong, healthy, creative, more-human-than-ever precious fruit: I’m writing, for children. And that’s where change begins.

Just like the song says, you may say I’m a dreamer, that’s exactly the truth—the reason why I write. But also, I see factual, concrete ways reading books can change the way we are, and consequently, our world. Here are just five:

  1. Books can turn us into more empathetic, compassionated human beings by allowing us to live in other…

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One comment

  1. Mary Job · November 22, 2015

    Fact. Good books.

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