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Cassandra's Angel and the Change My World Now Tour

Oct 24, 2011

A couple weeks ago we were lucky enough to chat with Gina Otto, author of Cassandra's Angel and the force behind the Change My World Now bus tour that is currently touring schools in 20 states in 20 weeks across the USA!

She wrote Cassandra's Angel to help kids, and everyone who has ever felt like they needed to be someone else, realize that who they are is just right and that no matter what other people think we are, the real truth is within each of us. The story is about the stories in our lives that are given to us by the people in our lives (grown ups too!) about who they thing we are and dropping all of those stories so we each can become the person we came here to be.

Cassandra Angel cover

The Change My World Now tour is visiting schools and sharing Cassandra's Angel with kids and teachers, with a live performance of the story. Her message is one of empowerment, that each kid, everywhere, has the power to change their own world, just by realizing their own truths. Her tour has already reached thousands of kids and she's still touring! Check out her website and see if she'll be in your state! If you want her to, she could even come to your school!

Her book has already selling like crazy and if you'd like to read it yourself you can get it at Barnes and Noble and at Amazon. Take a look at this video and see what the story is all about! Hey, she might even have already come to your school! Did you see her and the Change My World Now Bus? Let us know!

Gina Otto picture

We love stories like Cassandra's Angel and the messages it tells. If you have ever felt alone, or pressured to be someone other than your self, or believed negative things other people told you about yourself, then remember that you are your own truth and you are just fine; come as you are. You know WE all like you just as you are!

Thanks guys,

The KW Team
 

Change my world now presents Cassandra's angel national bus tour

 

 

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