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  • Living Greenby Kathlyn Gay

    Scarecrow Press 2012; US$ 48.99

    In this book, readers learn why protecting the environment is such a crucial undertaking, why young adults should take up this important cause, what efforts are needed, and how their actions can affect generations to come. more...

  • Pedal It!by Michelle Mulder

    Orca Book Publishers 2013; US$ 9.99

    Pedal It! celebrates the humble bicycle?from the very first boneshakers to the sleek racing bikes of today, from handlebars to spokes to gear sprockets?and shows you why and how bikes can make the world a better place. Not only can bikes be used to power computers and generators, they can also reduce pollution, promote wellness and get a package across... more...

  • Down To Earthby Nikki Tate

    Orca Book Publishers 2013; US$ 9.99

    How kids all over the world help produce the food we eat. more...

  • Silver Peopleby Margarita Engle

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2014; US$ 17.99

    As the Panama Canal turns one hundred, Newbery Honor winner Margarita Engle tells the story of its creation in this powerful new YA historical novel in verse. more...

  • Rain Forestsby Donna Latham

    Nomad Press 2011; US$ 5.50

    Investigating a variety of biomes and today?s natural and human threats to their preservation, this interactive series challenges young readers to look at how their own actions influence the planet's health. Four distinct environments are explored in detail, showcasing the assortment of plants and animals that inhabit these outdoor communities as... more...

  • Renewable Energy Made Easyby David Craddock

    Atlantic Publishing Group Inc 2014; US$ 12.47

    Studies have shown that the average North American family will spend more than a quarter of a million dollars on energy in a lifetime. more...

  • Zoo Questby Tysoe Laurence

    Xlibris 2014; US$ 9.99

    The story relates to school children visiting a wild animal zoo park. The aim was to have an enjoyable day away from the classroom, coupled with an educational experience learning about wild animals. The information is to be used in a school project about the protection and conservation of wild animals, which are now under threat due to deforestation... more...

  • John Muirby Montrew Dunham

    Aladdin 2008; Not Available

    A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader. more...

  • Mission: Planet Earthby Sally Ride; Tam O'Shaughnessy

    Roaring Brook Press 2009; US$ 9.99

    From an American hero and dedicated scientist: A compelling introduction to the changes taking place in Earth's climate, written for the audience that matters most to our planet's future.   Beginning with Sally Ride's unique, astronaut's-eye view of Earth's fragile atmosphere, Mission: Planet Earth describes how water, air, and other climate systems... more...

  • If You Spent a Day with Thoreau at Walden Pondby Robert Burleigh; Wendell Minor

    Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) 2012; US$ 9.99

    In 1845 in Concord, Massachusetts, Henry David Thoreau began a radical experiment: he built a cabin in the woods and lived there, alone, examining the world around him. He spent his days walking the shores of Walden Pond, growing beans, observing plants and animals, and recording his reflections in his notebook. These reflections eventually became... more...