Lyn Coutts - All books by this author
Visual Explorers - All books in this series
From Catholic Library World:
"The science behind global warming is explained at an elementary level, but does not mince words. The severity of the problem is presented without sugarcoating. Information is presented in short paragraphs and extensive use of information bubbles, which make for easily digestible chunks of information. Full-color photographs present real-world images of a changing climate and the effects of global warming. A few charts and maps are included, as well. A glossary and index conclude the book."
From The Midwest Book Review:
"Global Warming" should be a part of every elementary school and community library Climate Change instructional reference collections, and is ideal for home schooling parents."
About the Book:
Dramatic, full-color photographs take children on a visual exploration unlike all others! The books in the Visual Explorers reference series feature page after page of incredible photographs that will engage, inspire, and enlighten young readers. Inside, kids can get an up-close look at climate change, including the ravages of extreme weather, record-breaking temperatures, dying coral reefs, and shrinking glaciers. They’ll also learn the facts about global warming and the steps we can take to correct it. Engaging text, detailed facts, and impressive statistics give children exciting scientific insight into the world around them and the universe beyond. A glossary at the end of each book helps reinforce the information. Parents, teachers, and librarians will want to collect all of the books in this series to create a very cool first encyclopedia. (Ages 8 and up)
About The Author:
Lyn Coutts is a highly experienced publisher, editor, and author of non-fiction, educational, and activity books for children. Originally from Australia, Lyn has lived and worked in the United Kingdom for the last thirty years. She lives in a beautiful village on the south coast of England with her husband.
Paperback / 32 Pages / 9 3/8 x 10 ¾ / 2017