Best childrens books about the environment
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16 Books That Will Help Turn Kids Into Young Environmentalists
These books gently explain how precious our planet is and what we can all do to make a difference. Children who would give every creature a home if they could will love this beautifully illustrated, fact-filled guide. Highlighting the plight of endangered species from all corners of the animal kingdom, little ones will learn about rare as well as familiar beasts that need our help. Twintastic Topsy and Tim are upset and worried when they find out about pollution and the amount of rubbish produced, so their mum helps by showing them how they can make a difference by recycling. This book is a wonderful aide to begin to talk to kids about the environment, with this well-loved pair who can help guide children through their first experiences.
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But how do we talk about such complex issues, bound up with science and politics, in an engaging way? We have chosen some books here that may make young people think more deeply about climate change and environmental themes. The world is populated by some beastly dragons who care nothing for how much they pollute the oceans, chop down the trees, gobble up all the food and use everything up without stopping to think. Those dragons need to wake up to what they are doing to their world before it is too late … An energy-filled picture book that addresses concerns about the environment in the most child-centric and delightful way possible. In this topical picture book, Michael Foreman brilliantly shows what climate change is doing to our world and inspires us all to make a difference. What will the doctors find when they examine their poor patient?