Raise Your Voice

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Published by DK Children

By Nadia Jae

RRP: £12.99

About Raise Your Voice

Full of advice for teenagers on how to speak up for themselves, know who they are, and tell others their unique story.

Everyone has a story to tell. Unsure of how to cut through the chatter and make your unique self known? Then this may be the book for you, that empowers you to tell your story.

Raise Your Voice imparts essential advice on boosting confidence and speaking up, presenting yourself and using all forms of technology (writing, broadcasting, and even podcasting) in order to tell your personal, fearless story. Including first-hand advice from sports people, musicians, and broadcasters, led by BBC radio DJ Nadia Jae, learn how to speak up to authority figures, organise for change, be an ally, overcome stage fright, build an audience online, and more. Discover creative tools and inspiring celebrity quotes that will help you to feel empowered and own your stage.Created uniquely in partnership with the BBC as part of its 100 Years celebrations and Share Your Story schools programme, this book will help unleash a nation of storytellers!

Dive deep into the pages of this empowering book to discover:

-Bold illustrative approach appeals to the secondary-school teen/young adult target market.
-Text carefully gauged for secondary school audience and attractively displayed to hold attention.
-DK books are lifelong learning companions for families.

Raise Your Voice unites celebrity names and gives opportunities and platforms to teenagers firsthand, including advice from exciting celebrities such as George the Poet, Kia Pegg, Danny Walters, Amar Latif, Nancy Kacungira, Ade Adepitan and so many more.

In 2022, the BBC will be the first broadcaster globally to mark 100 years of continuous broadcasting. As part of its special celebratory year, and its focus on education, the BBC and partners will transform the life of every secondary school child - by bringing incredible people to spend a day at every school in the UK - to empower the students with the confidence and creative tools to tell their own story.