Environment and Climate Change

Environment and Climate Change

These books focus on the environment and the threat of climate change. Each of these books will inspire young people to take action and protect our planet.

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Catch Me If I Fall

Twins Ashleigh and Aiden have always promised to protect each other, but after an accident during a school trip, their world begins to unravel.

Cities

This thought-provoking book in the Groundwork Guides series considers the enormous implications of the mass migration away from rural regions.

City of Neighbors

The fourth book in the ThinkCities series explores how people all over the world are working together to make their neighborhoods great.

City of Water

The second book in the ThinkCities series explores water as a precious, finite resource, tracing its journey from source, through the city, and back again.

City Streets Are for People

The third book in the ThinkCities series explores the urgent need for sustainable transportation in and around our cities.

Climate Change Revised Edition

This authoritative book addresses the key questions surrounding the important issue of climate change, featuring the most recent scientific findings.

Empire

This thoughtful Groundwork Guide compares the American Empire to those of the past, including the British, Roman, Chinese, Incan and Aztec empires.

Forest: A See to Learn Book

The first in a series of non-fiction picture books to inspire scientific curiosity, appreciation of beauty and connection to nature in young children.

Future History 2050

Can a series of notebooks smuggled from the year 2050 change the past to save the future?

How to Bee

A story about family, loyalty, kindness and bravery, set against an all-too-possible future where climate change has forever changed the way we live.

Iceberg

Follow an iceberg's seasonal life cycle as it shears, drifts, melts and moves in the Antarctic Ocean, kept company by animals, fish, birds and organisms.

Martin and the River

Faced with moving away from his beloved river in the country, Martin discovers he can make a meaningful connection to nature in the city, too.