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Evolution Under Pressure

By Yolanda Ridge
Illustrated by Dane Thibeault
Categories: Children's Nonfiction

Immersive non-fiction with STEM and social justice themes that proves that the future of the environment is in our hands–and helps pave the way forward.

Evolution isn’t just a thing of the past. It ...

Space on Earth

Really “high” tech to inspire us for sustainable solutions on Earth.

Who could imagine an idea born on a space station would help sustain our planet? Astronauts, living on the International Space Station, ...

Walking Together

This innovative picture book introduces readers to the concept of Etuaptmumk—or Two-Eyed Seeing in the Mi’kmaq language—as we follow a group of young children connecting to nature as their teacher. ...

Sky Wolf's Call

From healing to astronomy to our connection to the natural world, the lessons from Indigenous knowledge inform our learning and practices today.

How do knowledge systems get passed down over generations? ...

Rewilding

It’s not too late! The natural world can still be healed. 

Rewilding is an important environmental movement to restore habitats to their natural state in order to support native species and make room ...

What a Waste

By Claire Eamer
Illustrated by Bambi Edlund
Categories: Children's Nonfiction

Hold your nose while you read about the disgustingly fascinating world of garbage!
What a Waste! answers the question: when we throw something away, where is “away”? Ever since cave people cracked ...

Water Wow!

A colorful infographic look at the many surprising and fascinating facts about water.

Where did water come from—before it got to Earth? Why is the water you drink the same stuff that was around when ...

50 Climate Questions

By Peter Christie
Illustrated by Ross Kinnaird
Categories: Children's Nonfiction
Series: 50 Questions

Climate is a hot topic. Turns out, it’s been a major mover and shaker since time began. Climate has made it possible for new species to evolve, yet has wiped out others. We might not think about it ...