Book Review, Non-fiction Books

Climate Action by Georgina Stevens & illustrated by Katie Rewse

Climate Action is the ultimate encyclopaedia for helping kids to understand the causes and effects of climate change. More and more, they are hearing about issues such as plastic pollution, greenhouse gases and deforestation but may not fully realise what they are all about.

Packed full of information, this book will inspire children to change the world for the better. Facts, definitions, clear diagrams and interesting charts will capture their attention and show them that even small changes can make a big difference.

Some of the most fascinating and inspirational parts of this books are the mini biographies of young changemakers from all over the world. Children will read real examples of how people just like them are making a difference.

The content is laid out clearly under four big headings:

Causes – How our actions are hurting the planet

Effect – How the natural world is changing

Our Part – What we can do to make a difference

Inspiration – Inspiring people who are already trying to make a difference and jobs for the future

Readers will come away from Climate Action feeling empowered and ready to move forward to make a difference.

The future is in our hands.

Thank you to Little Tiger Press for this important book!

Climate Action would make the perfect non-fiction companion to the Hope Jones middle grade stories by Josh Lacey & illustrated by Beatriz Castro. Click on the image to read my review.

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Waterstones.

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