Are you inspired to find out more about the impact that climate change is having on our planet, and the actions that we need to take to reduce carbon emissions? Then the climate change reading list from Warwickshire Libraries is a good place to start. It’s full of suggestions of books that they have available.
Here are just 3 of their recommendations and you can find lots more of their ideas for both adults and children on the Warwickshire libraries site:
Children’s and Young People Non-Fiction
This Book Will Help Cool the Climate
Become an eco-warrior, not an eco-worrier, with 50 practical tips to really make a difference! Complete with myth-busting boxes and counter arguments to put climate-deniers in their place, this is a one-stop guide to transform eco-worried kids into eco-activists.
Children’s and Young People Fiction
The Summer We Turned Green by William Sutcliffe
It’s the summer holidays, and thirteen-year-old Luke has just had his life turned upside down when his older sister Rosie and his dad join a community of climate rebels and he finds himself at the top of a tree refusing to leave until the bulldozers stand down. A fresh, funny, heartfelt look at this generation’s must-win battle: one earth, one chance.
No More Rubbish Excuses: Simple Ways to Reduce Your Waste and Make a Difference by Martin Dorey
Do you know where your rubbish ends up? Expert environmental campaigner Martin Dorey looks at what we recycle, what we bin, what we take to the tip – plastics, food, clothing, electricals, and furniture – where it goes and what it really does to our planet. Martin offers simple, impactful ways to cut down your waste and why they make a big difference.