More and more teens are making a difference in their communities and the world. Based on the acclaimed "The Teen Guide to Global Action" by Barbara A. Lewis, these cards feature hands-on service and social action opportunities young people can use to effect change. For those who may not be sure where they want to make a difference, reflection and discussion cards encourage teens to think and talk about issues that are important to them. Action cards are divided into seven areas of service: Human Rights, Hunger and Homelessness, Health and Safety, Education, Environment and Conservation, Youth Representation, and Peace and Friendship. Cards in each service area are labeled either "Take It Global" or "Keep It Local." Website extensions point the way to Internet resources where young people can learn more about issues, connect with other teens, and get engaged in activism online. A fold-out insert with directions and suggestions for using the cards is included. This compact and versatile tool will stimulate thought, talk, and action for teens in classrooms, small groups, and guidance settings.