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The Dirt on Dirt

The Dirt on Dirt

Illustrated by Martha Newbigging
Information and activities reveal the hidden wonders of a familiar substance.

How We Know What We Know about Our Changing Climate: Scientists and Kids Explore Global Warming

How We Know What We Know about Our Changing Climate: Scientists and Kids Explore Global Warming

Information and activities reveal the hidden wonders of a familiar substance.

The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming

The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming

This examination of climate change offers ideas for how kids can make a difference and improve the environment.

Flush

Flush

Who can resist a story that includes idealism, family loyalty and action-especially when a toilet is a key component? For more hilarious fun with an environmental theme, don't miss Hiaasen's Hoot and Scat.

I See a Kookaburra!: Discovering Animal Habitats around the World

I See a Kookaburra!: Discovering Animal Habitats around the World

Young readers will need to examine the pictures closely to find the various animals cleverly camouflaged to fit into their individual environments.

Planet Patrol: A Kids' Action Guide to Earth Care

Planet Patrol: A Kids' Action Guide to Earth Care

An introduction to ecology with real-life examples that gives action tips on how environmental problems can be slowed or reversed.

Judy Moody Saves the World!

Judy Moody Saves the World!

Illustrated by Peter Reynolds
Judy Moody is always full of energy and this time she's using it to improve the world around her in this amusing series entry.

True Green Kids : 100 Things You Can Do to Save the Planet

True Green Kids : 100 Things You Can Do to Save the Planet

Invites children and their parents, teachers, and community to embark on an eco-adventure through a series of fun ideas that can be applied everywhere from the living room to the local park.

Why Are the Ice Caps Melting?: The Dangers of Global Warming

Why Are the Ice Caps Melting?: The Dangers of Global Warming

Illustrated by Paul Meisel
Rockwell provides a clear explanation of the greenhouse effect and the importance of recycling for the youngest listeners.

Trout are Made of Trees

Trout are Made of Trees

Illustrated by Kate Endle
This simple explanation of how food chains work and why they matter is a perfect introduction for curious kids.

Extreme Weather: Science Tackles Global Warming and Climate Change

Extreme Weather: Science Tackles Global Warming and Climate Change

New tools and technologies allow scientists to understand more about the world around us-and may offer ideas about how to improve the ways we affect it.

Eco-Fun: Great Projects, Experiments and Games for a Greener Earth

Eco-Fun: Great Projects, Experiments and Games for a Greener Earth

Have fun exploring these cool experiments like composting, forest in a jar, solar water heater and more.

10 Things I Can Do to Help My World

10 Things I Can Do to Help My World

Walsh suggests a series of simple actions that allow even the youngest children to feel that they are contributing to a better world.

The Dumpster Diver

The Dumpster Diver

Illustrated by David Roberts
This unusual picture book offers a glimpse into the life of a dedicated recycler and the friends and neighbors who appreciate his creativity.