TEEN SOCIAL ACTIVIST HANNAH ALPER’S EMPOWERING FIRST BOOK, MOMENTUS: SMALL ACTS, BIG CHANGE

As a writer, activist, public speaker and global citizen, 14-year old Hannah Alper has found power in using her voice to inspire, motivate and empower people of all ages to identify their passion and take action.

NELSON, Canada’s leading educational publisher, announced today their role as publisher for the release of Canadian teen blogger, motivational speaker and social activist, Hannah Alper’s first book, Momentus: Small Acts, Big Change. The book’s empowering message supports NELSON’s continual goal of providing quality content for adolescents.

As a writer, activist, public speaker and global citizen, 14-year old Hannah Alper has found power in using her voice to inspire, motivate and empower people of all ages to identify their passion and take action. Perhaps best known as a ME to WE motivational speaker and WE ambassador, she is committed to promoting big change through small, everyday actions and believes in the power of young people to shape the world they want to live in. Momentus shares this journey on the global stage and demonstrates her message coming to life.

“This book has been a passion project of mine for years and I am so happy that NELSON saw its potential to make a difference,” said Momentus author Hannah Alper. “I believe that if there are many of us making small actions, it will lead to big change. The title of this book grew out of that idea. When all of our actions are added up, the impact will be momentous and we will change the world. It is about all of us and all of our moments when we are inspired, passionate and moved to act—momentus.”

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