A unique and beautiful approach to understanding climate change with practical actions to help protect the planet.
Climate change is an important, yet complicated, subject How Do We Stop Climate Change?
makes it accessible for all ages, from the 8+ year-olds inspired by Greta Thunberg to parents and teachers.
Beautiful illustrations from noted picture book illustrator Dragan Kordic combine with a straightforward narrative from science writer Tom Jackson to make this an enticing, fascinating, and illuminating read.
BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS: Combines the beauty of a picture book with science-based facts and information.
GORGEOUS GIFT: A beautiful and thoughtful gift for children, families, and classrooms.
TIMELY TOPIC: A 2020 BBC poll found 80% of kids are concerned about the environment. Inspired by activists like Greta Thunberg, they are taking active roles at home, school, and in the community to protect the planet.
UNIQUE APPROACH: The book is structured using a visual thinking technique called 'mind mapping', where complex ideas are broken down into a clear flow of visual information. The 'mind map' connects the information, making it easy to grasp.
ACCESSIBLE TO EVERY READER: The text is carefully layered and leveled for emerging to proficient readers.Author:
Earth Aware Editions KidsPublished:
7.90h x 10.00w x 0.50dISBN:
Young AdultReview Citation(s): Kirkus Reviews
09/01/2021School Library Journal
12/01/2021 pg. 111
About the Author
Tom Jackson has been a writer for over 20 years. He has written more than 100 books and contributed to many more, covering everything from axolotls to zoroastrianism. His specialities are natural history, technology and all things scientific.
Dragan Kordic is a Croatian-based illustrator who draws inspiration from nature and adventure stories for his work. He illustrates picture books, posters, and educational materials for children, and has also worked as a graphic designer.
Dr. Marianna Linz is at the cutting edge of climate change research, studying climate dynamics at Harvard University. Marianna feels passionate about sharing information about climate change, especially with children.