Glimmer of Hope: How Tragedy Sparked a Movement

Glimmer of Hope: How Tragedy Sparked a Movement

by The March for Our Lives Founders


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ISBN-13: 9781984836090
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date: 10/16/2018
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 28,004
Product dimensions: 5.70(w) x 7.60(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

The full list of contributors, in alphabetical order, are: Adam Alhanti, Dylan Baierlein, John Barnitt, Alfonso Calderon, Sarah Chadwick, Jaclyn Corin, Matt Deitsch, Ryan Deitsch, Sam Deitsch, Brendan Duff, Emma González, Chris Grady, David Hogg, Lauren Hogg, Cameron Kasky, Jammal Lemy, Charlie Mirsky, Kyrah Simon, Delaney Tarr, Bradley Thornton, Kevin Trejos, Naomi Wadler, Sofie Whitney, Daniel Williams, and Alex Wind.

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Take_Me_AwayPH 4 months ago
I don't read much non-fiction or memoirs, but this was something I've been wanting to read for a long time. This book is troubling and encouraging all at the same time. Hopefully these stories that these teens have shared will spark something more in adults. I wasn't surprised that this was hard to read. At some points I had to take breaks because I was so upset about what happened and their recounts of certain moments. That's why it took a while for me to listen to this. I should've been able to listen to it straight through. This is what made the book though. Because anything about this topic shouldn't be easy to listen to. No matter what side your own. Hopefully this means that more people will listen to what they've said and make necessary changes. I also loved seeing how this movement came about. This was an awesome story of how they turned their tragedy into triumph. Their movement and the teens are so inspiring. For them to start this right after that horrific day, is.... I can't even describe it. Inspiring seems so inadequate. However, my favorite part of the book was the policy recommendations. They were common sense and they gave solutions. They didn't just make noise about the problem. These teens came with solutions. Gives me hope that someone that reads this will be listening. I'm sure I didn't do this justice, but if you can't tell, I loved it.