It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going! Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-10 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 78 user ratings

" Political leanings aside, this was a great intro to social activism and how grassroot efforts can create change. Clinton narrated the audio version so it felt a little self-indulgent but I feel youth can glean so much from her experiences as a first daughter. The biggest negative is the length of her final chapters (on diseases). Too much time was spent discussing essentialy cured diseases. Despite the end bloat, I give it 2 thumbs up. " said.

" Overall, very enjoyable. Dr. Clinton did an excellent job narrating it, and the content was both entertaining and informative. I thought that the sections on health, viruses, vaccines, bugs, and bacteria went on for a bit too long (119 pages), but I particularly enjoyed the sections on poverty and women's rights. I would definitely recommend it to anyone starting in upper elementary school through high school. " said.

"Wow. I thought that this book was amazing. Now, normally, I hate non-fiction. This book, though, was very well written and interesting. In addition, I liked how Chelsea Clinton included graphs and diagrams to help better explain her point and help her readers better understand what was being explained. It helped me to focus on the book, because it got a little wordy sometimes. Overall, I really think that everyone should read this book. It taught me a lot about the world that we live in, and also made me eager to make it a better place." said.

"Chelsea Clinton draws on her experiences as a former First daughter and co-head of the Clinton Global Initiative to offer personal insights on issues facing the world today. Readers will gain deeper awarenesses on issues ranging from poverty, illiteracy, women's rights, global warming, and animal extinction, etc through Chelsea's narratives. At the end of each chapter, Chelsea includes ways each person can make a positive difference. Every small act counts.

As the 2016 Presidential election draws to a close, voters will get a better sense of what Sec. Hillary Clinton would do as Commander & Chief through what the positions, values, and service passed onto to her daughter.
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"The bright colors should have been an indicator that the book was an easy read for a different audience - but nonetheless was a still a good book.

Very informative and fast read that makes you want to highlight your favorite organizations and get involved locally.

While I should take into consideration her upbringing - I had my own privileges reading it in hardcover at various coffee shops and my own luxury apartment with wondrous air conditioning, running water and hardwood floors. I took the information with a grain of salt and interpreted the information as facts, and to do my own research and efforts after with with I learned as you should too.

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"Though I haven't read this book in it's entirety, I have to say I was impressed with the information it provided. This book is a great read for kids (and adults) who want help make the world a better place get inspired and do their part. Chelsea Clinton often uses her own personal experiences, as well as experiences of those she's known or heard of, throughout the book which gives it a personal feel, as if she's standing there talking to you. The information is to-date and the chapters are written in such a way that makes this book as engaging as a work of fiction. I would recommend this book to readers 10+.

So what are you waiting for? Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going!
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"Great for middle school aged kids and provides a great introduction to world topics. I admire the author's message and for the most part I had no issues with the format. Being an older teen, I picked this up the summer after graduation with hopes it would propel me towards action. Unfortunately, I felt as though Clinton's tone catered more towards younger students who had not encountered upper-level reading before (i.e. a graph is titled "Countries with High Rates of (Meaning Lots of Kids Suffering From) Stunting.") and so I felt it was not quite what I was looking for. Admittedly didn't finish it due to the factor, but I would still suggest it to middle school and even freshmen/sophomores in high school. " said.

"This is a must read for all young women. I highly suggest any parent, grandparent or adult involved with a college-bound child at home to buy this book- and also make their sons read it, too. Every idea that Chelsea maps out begins with an individual persons desire to make a difference. This book is not a memoir or anthology of every organization under the Clinton Global Initiative- it's a platform for liberal Chelsea to expound on what every young person needs to know about- so that they are able to live healthy, fulfilled and motivated lives- well into the 2090's! This book is not Hillary 2016 propaganda- but, inevitably, I now want to support her presidential campaign because of her daughters stance. This book shows that any girl, from any walk of life, anywhere in the world, can make a difference- "or be caught trying."
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