For recent environmental issue, you could try “The Down to Earth Guide to Global Warming” (ages 8 and up) or “Tracking Trash” (ages 10-14). Both are illustrated and recommended by the NY Times. If these aren’t quite what you’re looking for, check here: http://teachers.net/archive/envirobks.html. This a list and description of good environmental children’s books.
One good environmental book that was a part of my childhood was The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. It gave a message of environmental conservation while still keeping readers actively engaged. Dr. Seuss Enterprises, Random House Children’s Books, and the National Education Association have been working together to develop a Lorax Project Student Earth Day. To learn more about the event visit the citation below.
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