Segment 1: A thirteen year old with limb difference writes a book with her mom.
Jordan Reeves was born without the bottom half of one arm, and she's spent the thirteen years since then proving that she can do anything, "except monkey bars." She invented a prosthetic limb that shoots glitter and looks like a unicorn's horn and she's founded a nonprofit. Now she and her mom are out with a new book.
- Jordan Reeves and Jen Reeves, authors, Born Just Right
Segment 2: A Harry Potter-themed band takes on white supremacy.
In their new album Lumos, a band fronted by two Harry Potters (played by brothers Paul and Joe DeGeorge) has a political message for kids. The songs treat characters from the Harry Potter stories as models for budding young activists.
- Paul DeGeorge and Joe DeGeorge, Harry and the Potters