No World Too Big celebrates twelve young activists and three activist groups on front lines of the climate crisis who have planted trees in Uganda, protected water in Canada, reduced school buses’ climate footprint in Indonesia, invented alternate power sources in Ohio, and more. Included are fourteen poems by Vanessa Brantley-Newton, David Bowles, Rajani LaRocca, Renée LaTulippe, Heidi E. Y. Stemple, and other activists from all over the world and the United States. Additional text goes into detail about each activist's life and how readers can get involved.
Jeanette Bradley writes, draws, and makes books for children. Her books include Something Great; No Voice Too Small; No World Too Big; Love, Mama; and When the Babies Came to Stay. Jeanette is co-founder of the Queer Kidlit mentorship program for pre-published authors, a We Need Diverse Books mentor, and organizer of the We Are ALL Readers festival celebrating diverse children’s literature. She lives in Rhode Island with her wife, kids, and very pampered feline studio assistant.
Keila V. Dawson writes fiction and nonfiction picture books. She is co-editor of No Voice Too Small: Fourteen Young Americans Making History. Dawson is the author of Opening the Road: Victor Hugo Green and His Green Book, The King Cake Baby, and the forthcoming Yumbo Gumbo. A New Orleans native, Dawson has also lived and worked in states across the U.S., and in the Philippines, Japan, and Egypt. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Lindsay H. Metcalf is a journalist and award-winning author of nonfiction picture books, including: Beatrix Potter, Scientist; Farmers Unite! Planting a Protest for Fair Prices; and No Voice Too Small: Fourteen Young Americans Making History. Lindsay lives in Kansas with her husband, two sons, two old cats, and a snoring Cavalier King Charles dog.