environment

#NonFicNov: A Planet Like Ours by Frank Murphy and Charnaie Gordon

Our planet Earth is the only planet we have so it is our responsibility to take care of it for future generations.
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Middle-Grade Book Review: Haven Jacobs Saves the Planet by Barbara Dee

Seventh grader Haven Jacobs is passionate about climate change but lets her fear about the state of our planet get in the way of her regular life. Find out what happens when her fears are realized in her own community.
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Children’s Book Week 2022: Only One by Deborah Hopkinson

We are the only one who can change the course of damage to our planet Earth and one girl takes kids on a journey to make one small change.
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Children’s Book Review: Snow Angel, Sand Angel by Lois-Ann Yamanaka

Claire lives in Hawaii but dreams of snow, real snow. A trip to the mountain reveals snow, but a trip to the beach reminds her of the beauty of her own world.
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Children’s Book Review: AstroNuts Mission Three – The Perfect Planet by Jon Scieszka

Four hybridized animals are on their final mission to save the planet. This graphic novel offers fun and learning for middle-grade readers.
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Children’s Book Review: Kids vs Plastic by Julie Beer

An excellent book for kids and families to think about their own plastic use and how to make changes in their home, school, and neighborhood.
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Children’s Book Review: Beneath the Waves by Stephanie Warren Drimmer

Celebrate Earth Day and the days after by learning all about ocean life from the beaches to the deepest ocean floor. All ocean life is critical to our ecosystem and is fascinating to learn about.
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Children’s Book Reviews: The Last Tree by Emily Haworth-Booth

A village of friends decide to make their home in the forrest and eventually cut down all the trees to make their lives more comfortable. What they find out is life is worse, without the trees.
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Children’s Book Review: The Blue Giant by Katie Cottle

A mother and daughter try to tackle the immense amount of garbage in the ocean and realize it is too big of a job for just the two of them.
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Stacie's read-in-2022 book montage

Master Your Core: A Science-Based Guide to Achieve Peak Performance and Resilience to Injury
Hidden Figures
Personal Effects: What Recovering the Dead Teaches Me About Caring for the Living
Waiting for Tom Hanks
The Maid
The Other Black Girl
Anxious People
The Body
Great American Road Trips- National Parks: Discover insider tips, must see stops , nearby attractions  more
Apples Never Fall
Love & Saffron: A Novel of Friendship, Food, and Love
Love and Other Consolation Prizes
The Vanishing Half
How to Find Your Way Home
People We Meet on Vacation
Last Summer at the Golden Hotel
Wave
Dear Evan Hansen
The Unsinkable Greta James
The Road We Took


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