A Fair Deal

A Fair Deal: Shopping for Social Justice by Kari Jones

“Jones explains why shoppers should be more thoughtful about what they buy and how their consumption affects people all around the globe. Moreover, by offering practical ideas for simple changes in the grocery story aisle, along with strategies for more organized activism, she asserts that fair trade is more than just a buzz word—it is a concept that is actually achievable.” (Booklist)

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by Grace B GT on Red Cedar Book Awards

The book was about a couple of things like , how things are made some about farmers, where stuff comes from, child labor, fair trade, some about shopping, and making stuff
I gave it a rating of 3 because they really didn't stay on topic the info was kind of all over the place.

by kherington on Red Cedar Book Awards

I liked this book and before i read it i didn't even know what a fair deal was and i learnt a lot from this book.

by Kaela on Red Cedar Book Awards

This was an good book. It was a useful book for information on shopping. It's cool how foods you buy from the store can be all the way from Mexico to India. It was very interesting.

by bryna o on Red Cedar Book Awards

THIS IS AN GOOD BOOK!!! This is an awesome book of how shoppers should be a lot more thought full. I gave this book 3 stars

by Eden on Red Cedar Book Awards

This was an interesting book. It wasn't something I liked though. I wouldn't have read it if I wasn't in Red Cedar. At some points it was kind of interesting to read. The writing was good and that writing made me understand what they're trying to say in the book.

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