Palm Trees at the North Pole
Marc ter Horst, Wendy Panders
“This book goes into great detail about all different aspects of climate change … [with] lovely illustrations worked in, around, and behind the text!”-The Tiny Activist
Finally, the ultimate book about climate change for kids ages 8-12!
Through awesome facts and detailed, colorful illustrations, Palm Trees at the North Pole shares the science and history of climate change in an accessible and entertaining way.
Perfect for home-schooling, virtual and blended learning
Helps kids understand why and how climate change is happening, and what we can do about it
Encourages young climate activists to engage even more deeply with their chosen cause
This approachable and creative guide features information grounded in science and fact, such as:
The history of the climate and humans’ role in changing it
Brave scientists and young activists like Greta Thunberg
The real consequences of climate change, such as rising tides, heat waves, and hurricanes, presented in a non-frightening way
Actions kids can take to help combat climate change in their own communities
After reading this book, kids will become experts on the most important issue facing our world today, and feel like part of the solution!
"An entertaining... overview of climate change.... this visually appealing account is inviting and ultimately reassuring." -Booklist "A comprehensive account engagingly presented." -Kirkus Reviews "A useful reference as new science emerges.... Highly Recommended." -Canadian Review of Materials "Interesting....ideal for read-alouds and student discussion groups. Recommended." -School Library Connections
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