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Under the Weather: Stories About Climate Change

Under the Weather Stories About Climate Change From the effects of rising sea levels to changes in animal behaviour and human lifestyles these powerful stories portray the issues surrounding climate change in personal terms and so bring them vivi

  • Title: Under the Weather: Stories About Climate Change
  • Author: Tony Bradman
  • ISBN: 9781845079307
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the effects of rising sea levels to changes in animal behaviour and human lifestyles, these powerful stories portray the issues surrounding climate change in personal terms and so bring them vividly to life Offering warnings and inspiration in equal measure, the stories cover a wide range of localities from Siberia and Canada to Australia, UK, Sri Lanka and the PhiliFrom the effects of rising sea levels to changes in animal behaviour and human lifestyles, these powerful stories portray the issues surrounding climate change in personal terms and so bring them vividly to life Offering warnings and inspiration in equal measure, the stories cover a wide range of localities from Siberia and Canada to Australia, UK, Sri Lanka and the Philippines Writers include award winning Linda Newbery as well as exciting newcomers like Australia s George Ivanoff Whether read from cover to cover or dipped into for one or two stories, this book will enlighten and inspire everyone to consider how climate change will affect us all.

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      Published :2019-02-23T08:08:35+00:00

    1 thought on “Under the Weather: Stories About Climate Change

    1. The first book of stories dealing with climate change for Young Adults that I have read. So happy that such stories exist. There is a huge variety of stories from the past to the future. Some obviously better than the others. Read because you care for the environment and want our children to learn to care as well.

    2. There are not to many illustrations in this book sense it is a chapter book but the text is rich and makes it easy for the reader to imagine what the author tended them to see. I could use this book in my classroom for older grades students. Maybe 3rd to 5th grade. This introduces the students to chapter books and have them reading about certain climate changes around the world and how not only the animals and environment is affected but how human lifestyles are affected also.

    3. There are a couple stories in here that I thought were engaging, but overall, it felt too didactic for my taste.

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