In a world where lobbyists are big and carry briefcases, one little girl with an iPad walked into the Florida State capitol and made a big difference. Meet Paloma Rambana who was just an above average fourth grader until she successfully lobbied the State of Florida legislature to help secure $1 million in funds for blind and impaired kids in Florida. Born with a rare eye condition called Peter’s Anomaly, Paloma knows what these kids need, and she is on a mission. Join Paloma as she sets out on her adventure to secure funding for kids, to inspire kindness and activism in people of all ages, and of course to finish her homework before bedtime.
I love hearing about young people who choose to be world changers! This girl, Paloma,, is definitely a world changer. This book, reading the things that she worked so hard to do, is so inspiring! Paloma’s Dream is a short book at just 79 pages and it is defiantly worth the read!
*Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.