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Nonfiction books on climate change for early adolescents

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The Story of Climate Change: An Interactive Textbook for Middle School. Earthday, iOS/Mac ebook.

 

Teachers Guide: The Story of Climate Change: An Interactive Textbook for Middle School. Earthday.

 

Bauman, Y., &  Klein, G. (2014). The cartoon Introduction to climate change. Washington, DC: Island Press.

 

Biggs, B. S., & Roddick, A. (2004). Troubled water: Saints, sinners, truths and lies about the global water crisisChelsea Green Publishers.

 

Bily, C. A. (2006). Global warming. Gale/Greenhaven.

 

Cherry, L., & Braasch, G. (2008). How we know what we know about our changing climate: Scientists and kids explore global warming. Dawn Publications. 

 

Cherry, L., Texley, J. & Lyons, S. E. (2014). Empowering young voices for the planet. Corwin.

 

David, L. & Gordon, C. (2007). The down-to-earth guide to global warming. Orchard Books.

 

Desonie, D. (2008). Climate: Causes and effects of climate change. Facts on File.


Dunlap, J., & Cohen, S. A. (Eds.). (2016). Coming of age at the end of nature: A generation faces living on a changed planet. Washington, DC: Trinity University Press
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EarthWorks Group (2009). The new 50 simple things kids can do to save the earth. Andrews McMeel Publishing.

 

Evans, Kate. (2007). Weird weather: Everything you didn't want to know about climate change but probably should find out. Groundwood.

 

Faris, S. (2009). Forecast: the consequences of climate change, from the Amazon to the Arctic, from Darfur to Napa Valley. Henry Holt.


Flannery, T. (2010). We are the weather makers: The history of climate change. Amazon. (adapted by Sally Walker for young adult readers)

 

Fleischman, P. (2014). Eyes wide open: Going behind the environmental headlines. Candlewick Press.

 

Foxxe, E. (2006). The rising seas: Shorelines under threat. Rosen Publishing.  

 

Frontiers for Young Minds: Science Edited For Kids By Kids

 

Gillard, A. (2011). Climate change. Gale Group.

 

George, C., & George, L. (2010). Climate change research. Referencepoint Press.

 

Global Systems Science. Climate change. Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Global Systems Science. Live and climate. Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Global Systems Science. Ecosystems change. Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Global Systems Science. Energy use. Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley

 

Hall, J. (2007). A hot planet needs cool kids: Understanding climate change and what you can do about it.  Green Goat Books.

 

Hand, C. (2015). Climate change: Our warming earth. ABDO Publisher.

 

Hodge, S. (2009).  Global warmingTickTock Books.

 

Jankeliowitch, A., & Arthus-Bertrand, Y. (2014). Kids who are changing the world. Sourcebooks Jabberwocky

 

Johnson, R. L. (2008). Investigating climate change. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications.

 

Kallen, S. A. (2015). Running dry: The global water crisis. Twenty-First Century Books.


Kelsey, E. (2010). Not your typical book about the environment. Owlkids Books

 

Kusky, T. (2009). Climate change: Shifting glaciers, deserts, and climate belts. Facts on File. 

 

Lerner, B. W., & Lerner, K. L. (Eds.). (2008). Climate change: In context. Gale.

 

Malnor, C. L. (2008). How we know what we know about our changing climate: Lessons, resources, and guidelines about global warming. Dawn Publications. 

 

Marcovitz, H. (2011). How serious a threat is climate change? Referencepoint Press.

 

McCutcheon, C. (2010). What are global warming and climate change? Answers for Young Readers.  University of New Mexico Press.

 

Nakaya, A. C. (2014). Thinking critically: Climate change. Referencepoint Press.

 

Nardo, D. (2008). Climate crisis: The science of global warming. Capstone Press.

 

Philander, S. G. (Ed.). (2012). Encyclopedia of global warming and climate change, 2nd ed. Sage.


Rohmer, J. (2009). Heroes of the environment: True stories of people who are helping to protect our planet. Chronicle Books
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Sivertsen, L., & Sivertsen, T. (2008). Generation green: The ultimate teen guide to living an eco-friendly life. Simon Pulse
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Sneideman, J., & Twamley, E. (2015). Climate change: Discover how it impacts spaceship earthNomad Press.

 

Solway, A. (2011). Climate change. Black Rabbit Press.

 

Von Ruhland, C. (2009). Living with the planet: Making a difference in a time of climate change. Lion Hudson.

 

Walker, S. M. (2009). We are the weather makers: The history of climate change. Candlewick Press.

 

Williams, M. E. (2006). Global warming. Gale/Greenhaven.

 

 

Books about energy for middle school students:

Doeden, M. (2010). Green energy: Crucial gains or economic strains? Twenty-First Century Books.

 

Gimpel, D. M. (2010).  Energy.  Lucent Books.

 

Goldstein, M. J. (2015). Fuel under fire: Petroleum and its perils. Twenty-First Century Books.

 

Marcovitz, H. (2010). Can renewable energy replace fossil fuels? ReferencePoint Press.

 

McPherson, S. S. (2014). Arctic thaw: Climate change and the global race for energy resources.  Twenty-First Century Books.

 

Thaddeus, E. (2010). Powering the future: New energy technologies. University of New Mexico Press

 

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