This Is My Planet

This Is My Planet

The Kids' Guide to Global Warming

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Examines the effects of global warming on the earth today, the causes for the climate change, and a review of the various environments directly effected while providing ecological tips and advice for individuals interested in helping improve the condition of the planet. Simultaneous.

Perseus Publishing
Reports of global warming’s catastrophic effects are everywhere: in newspapers, on the nightly news, even on movie screens. The subject can be so overwhelming that young people are often left with the thought, What can I do? In This Is My Planet, Jan Thornhill gives young readers the tools they need to live their own lives more ecologically ? and ultimately, to improve the life of the planet. The book takes a comprehensive look at climate change, beginning with basic information about how the planet works and moving through an in-depth look at human societies and three specific environments ? polar, ocean, and land. Although she doesn't shy away from the truth, Thornhill offers hope, showing where action can make a difference and providing evidence of the Earth’s amazing resilience and adaptability. Never preachy or alarmist, this amazing book trusts young readers with the facts, allowing them to form their own intelligent opinions. A multitude of full-color photographs enhance Thornhill’s engaging, informative text.

Reports of global warming’s catastrophic effects are everywhere: in newspapers, on the nightly news, even on movie screens. The subject can be so overwhelming that young people are often left with the thought, What canI do? In This Is My Planet, Jan Thornhill gives young readers the tools they need to live their own lives more ecologically and ultimately, to improve the life of the planet. The book takes a comprehensive look at climate change, beginning with basic information about how the planet works and moving through an in-depth look at human societies and three specific environments polar, ocean, and land. Although she doesn't shy away from the truth, Thornhill offers hope, showing where action can make a difference and providing evidence of the Earth’s amazing resilience and adaptability. Never preachy or alarmist, this amazing book trusts young readers with the facts, allowing them to form their own intelligent opinions. A multitude of full-color photographs enhance Thornhill’s engaging, informative text.


Baker
& Taylor

Introduces the natural cycles found on Earth, explains how greenhouse gases are causing the Earth's temperature to rise, and describes some of the effects of global warming.

Publisher: Toronto : Maple Tree Press, c2007
ISBN: 9781897349076
9781897349069
Branch Call Number: J 363.73874 Tho
Characteristics: 64 p. : col. ill., col. maps

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pinkgirl
Apr 23, 2009

this book is awesome! if you read this comment you have to read this book!

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captainimpaler
Apr 23, 2009

Very informitive about climate change.

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ARE
Apr 05, 2009

BAD GLOBAL WARMING

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maprincess
Mar 31, 2009

i love books

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maangel
Mar 30, 2009

THIS IS A GREAT BOOK TO HELP MAKE PEOPLE AWARE OF GLOBLE WARMING!!

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SweetyPie
Mar 30, 2009

this book teaches me about global warming. i like to learn about our planet and ways to help it too.

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TN
Mar 30, 2009

This book made me very aware of Global Warming!

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parkdaler
Mar 14, 2009

this book has really got to me now i know what i can do in the fight against global warming

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Zunaira Ashraf
Mar 13, 2009

the author is very effective!!!!!!!!!!

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