The Leading Healthy Change In Our Communities book program, begun in 2012, expands Healthy NewsWorks’ efforts to address the health, literacy, and educational needs of our school communities. The books, which are available in print and online, and are written and illustrated by student journalists, feature profiles of leaders in the Philadelphia region who have something important to say about health and about giving back to the community.

Read the 2017 Book
Read the 2016 Book
Read the 2015 Book
Read the 2014 Book
Read the 2013 Book
Read the 2012 Book

 

2017
Community celebrates sixth Leading Healthy Change book
Generocity, social impact news site, highlights book launch
Meet the 2017 health leaders
Meet the artist behind the 2017 book cover
President and director of Free Library of Philadelphia serves as keynote speaker
Health education leader impressed by reporters

 

 

 

 

2016

2016 book launch: A night for celebration
NBC10 features book launch
WHYY’s Newsworks features book launch
Meet our 2016 health leaders
Franklin Institute educator fields questions for book
Former head of the CDC serves as keynote speaker for book launch
Reporters interview chief medical officer of MossRehab for book
Third grade class collaborates with 2016 health leader to fight hunger and homelessness

 

 

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2015

The making of the 2015 book
Ovation for students at book launch
Reflections from three book authors
Meet our 2015 health leaders
Big interview at Highland Park

 

 

 

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2014

VIDEO: Highlights of 2014 book-signing
Meet the leaders in the 2014 book

 

 

 

 

 

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2013

Student authors shine at 2013 book launch
Students share their reporting experiences
Meet the 2013 book leaders
Sixth graders interview Philadelphia police commissioner
Reflection by Heather McDanel, 2013 health leader
Reflection by Healthy NewsWorks alum

 

 

 

2012 book cover

2012

Community celebrates book launch
Recognition for Norristown authors
Year-end event in Norristown features book leader Tanya Thampi-Sen
Surprise encounter for book authors