Climate Rebels by Ben Lerwill

With climate change accelerating in recent years, it’s been all hands on deck to try and do more. And we’ve seen impressive actions from some very inspiring humans! In Climate Rebels you'll learn about environmental movement Greenpeace who’s non-violent protests have led to many laws being improved, broadcaster Sir David Attenborough’s continuous championing of the natural world, as well as many more hopeful stories about the efforts of known and lesser-known heroes. No change is too small!

Recommended reading age: 8-11 years old

How You Can Save the Planet by Hendrikus van Hensbergen

Do you often wonder what exactly you can do to help the world? Or are you a climate change champion looking to up your game? Then this is the book for you! How You Can Save the Planet is filled with easy step-by-step actions, such as building a green wall or organising cycling groups, as well as uplifting stories of other children taking action to heal the world. Let’s save planet Earth!

Recommended reading age: 9-12 years old

Clean Up! by Nathan Bryon & Dapo Adeola

Rocket is off on holiday with her family to visit her grandparents in the Caribbean. She can’t wait to play on the beach, swim in the sea and see some dolphins! But once she arrives, Rocket discovers there is a serious plastic pollution problem and the local sea life is in danger. There’s only one thing for it, Rocket is going to have to save the day. This empowering picture book shows how it’s possible for us to all make a difference, no matter our age.

Recommended reading age: 2-5 years old

The Extraordinary Life of Greta Thunberg

In August 2018, Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg staged a solo protest that ended up launching a global strike. Since then she has continued to call attention to climate change and call out those who try to silence her. As well as inspiring a legion of young activists, Greta has also become an advocate for those with autism, citing it as her superpower! We can’t wait to see what she achieves in the future.

Recommended reading age: 7-12 years old

The Bear in the Stars by Alexis Snell

The Bear in the Stars is a modern fable about the impacts of climate change on animals. The Queen of Beasts – a great, white bear – rules over a beautiful, snowy kingdom. But over the years, the ice that once covered the land has begun to melt away, and one by one the other animals move on. Eventually, the bear herself has to leave to find not only food and friends but a new home. On her journey through a world that is growing ever hotter, the bear finds that the hearts of others are cold. But then a small act of kindness marks a new beginning.

Recommended reading age: 7-11 years old

Charlie and Lola: Look After Your Planet by Lauren Child

Charlie and Lola – the much-loved duo from former Children’s Laureate Lauren Child – take on the issue of recycling. This time it’s Lola who is clearing up her bedroom. Big brother Charlie explains that ‘if we don't use things again, in the end, we will just run out of everything’. He’s so persuasive that Lola goes on a mission to inspire the whole class. A great read for little activists, with some ‘green promises’ inside to get them started.

Recommended reading age: 3-5 years old

Will Jellyfish Rule the World? by Leo Hickman

Plagues of jellyfish are not unusual, they usually occur every 10 years. However, due to climate change, waves of these alien-looking creatures are on the uprise making it dangerous for frequent beachgoers to head into the sea. In Will Jellyfish Rule the World, Leo Hickman breaks down the causes and effects of occurrences, such as jellyfish plagues, and how we can make some small everyday changes to help the environment and slow down global warming. This is the perfect handbook for all eco-warriors.

Recommended reading age: 9-12 years old

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