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I came across the #kidlit4climate hashtag and I decided to join the bandwagon because it’s something I can stand firmly behind.

The campaign is an initiative taken by illustrator Emma Reynolds. It is to stand in solidarity with the young people striking from school for urgent climate action.
A lot of grown-ups still don’t take them seriously and this way we can help them amplify the message.
We make our books and pictures for young people, so let’s start helping them out, even though a little.

You can follow them on Instagram: @kidlit4climate or simply check the #kidlit4climate hashtag.
See this link for more information.
#kidlit #kidlitart #artist #childrensbooks #illustrator


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