Climate Change: The choice is ours

Climate change: would you leave it to chance? In this interactive book for kids, young readers will learn about climate, how climate has changed throughout history, and the driving forces of the greenhouse effect. Using colorful illustrations, simple text, and research from trusted sources like NASA, NOAA, and the United Nations, Interactive Climate Change outlines the causes of climate change and gently explores its consequences like rising sea levels, more extreme weather, and drought. Though not shy about uncomfortable realities, Interactive Climate Change also emphatically teaches hope for the future and includes timely recommendations for what kids can do, short bios of adults and kids who are leading the charge, and brief summaries of successes that have already happened. Most importantly of all, the book’s built-in spinner offers readers a choice on every page: spin the arrow and leave climate change to chance, or do something about it!
From the creative team behind “The Interactive Constitution”
One of the first children’s books to fully explain the science behind climate change to a young audience (most offer cute stories that only touch on the issue)
Discusses the science of climate, Earth’s climate history, the greenhouse effect, and emissions, plus weather, agriculture, deforestation, oceans, disease, and other ways climate change impacts the world
Gentle but real?it doesn’t dodge the tough questions
Filled with hope! Kids will finish reading feeling empowered and hopeful about the earth’s future. Hardcover
Profiles famous kids from around the world fighting climate change, including Greta Thunberg, Xiye Bastida, David Wickerman, and more!
Packed with facts, illustrations, and activities
Vetted by award-winning AP Environmental Science teacher


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