|Where do polar bears live? - Sarah L. Thomson||4-11||An introduction to global warming through polar bears' life in the Arctic. Also explains why the world is getting warmer, how that is affecting polar bears & what we can do.|
Also available as Video & eBook. Teaching resources available.
|What's the point of being green? - Jacqui Bailey||6-17||Book on current green issues, main focus being climate change. Contains interesting facts, tips & jokes. Covers greenhouse effect, carbon footprint, fossil fuels, alternative energy, transport, trees, food shortages, waste, pollution.||96|
|What happens if the rainforests disappear? - Mary Colson||6-17||Explains how rainforests help in climate control & how deforestation, mining, drilling for oil, crop plantations & global warming threatens rainforests & people living there. Gives scenarios of how the world would be in years 2050, 2100 & 2200 if rainforest clearing continues.||32|
|How carbon footprints work - Nick Hunter||8-11||Explains what carbon footprint is, how personal carbon footprint can be calculated & reduced, concepts of carbon trading & offsetting.||32|
|Climate change - John Woodward||8-17||Details - supported with images - covering everything about climate change including feedbacks, tipping points, natural climate change, our carbon culture, oceanic research, predicting future climates & what scares the scientists.|
Also available as eBook.
|Gaia warriors - Nicola Davies||9-16||Interviews with people of countries affected by climate change and scientists, campaigners, students, business owners & others all over the world doing something to combat climate change.||192|
|No one is too small to make a difference - Greta Thunberg||9+||A collection of 11 speeches by climate activist Greta Thunberg.|
Videos and text of some speeches here. Also available as eBook & audioBook.
|How we know what we know about our changing climate - Lynne Cherry, Gary Braasch||10-14||Focuses on how scientists have determined that Earth's climate is changing - using migrating birds, phenology, butterflies, tree rings, melting ice, mud & ice cores, computer models - often with the help of students.|
Teaching resources available.
|A kids' guide to climate change & global warming: How to take action! - Cathryn Berger Kaye||10+||Workbook that guides children to investigate, take action & communicate on climate change using their natural talents.|
Also available as eBook.
|Eyes wide open: Going behind the environmental headlines - Paul Fleischman||14-18||Looks into issues like population, consumption, vested interests, denial & capitalism in relation to climate change.|
Also available as eBook & audioBook. Teaching resources available.