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Brother eagle, sister sky : a message from Chief Seattle —Seattle, Chief, 1790-1866.

A Suquamish Indian chief describes his people's respect and love for the earth, and concern for its destruction.

You are never alone —Kelsey, Elin, author.

"From the creators of You Are Stardust and Wild Ideas comes a new informational picture book that explores how humans are inextricably connected to nature. This book draws examples from the clouds and the cosmos, the sea...

Land —Haswell, Arthur.

Examines major environmental issues surrounding land, giving examples of attempts to solve global problems and sources for more information.

Ours to share : coexisting in a crowded world —Jones, Kari (Kari Lynne), 1966- author.

"Part of the nonfiction Footprints series for middle readers, illustrated with color photographs. Examines how overpopulation leads to unequal sharing of the earth's social and natural resources"-- Provided by publisher....

The Indian way : learning to communicate with Mother Earth —McLain, Gary, 1941-

Describes how Native Americans viewed the environment, lived within it in harmony and respect, and how we today can learn from and practice Indian ways.

On our nature walk : our first talk about our impact on the environment —Roberts, Jillian, 1971- author.

"Young readers are introduced to environmental issues in their own neighborhoods in this illustrated nonfiction picture book."-- Provided by publisher.

The environment —Markham, Adam, 1948-

Examines how various ecosystems are being destroyed by human activities, efforts to stop the destruction, and the cost of implementing environmental policies.

The impact of the internet —Cooke, Tim, 1961- author.

"The Internet gives us information at our fingertips and puts us in touch instantly with anyone in the world. It reduces our need to use paper or travel long distances to meet, but its growth has come at a cost. Find out...

If we were gone : imagining the world without people —Coy, John, 1958- author.

Water, air, sunlight, plants ... we need these elements to live in this world. But does the world need us? And what would happen to the world if humans were gone? This is the premise of a thought-provoking picture book f...

Under one sun. Grade 2.

Under One Sun invites Kindergarten-Grade 8 students and teachers to connect with Indigenous history, culture and perspectives. The complete classroom set provides blended resources to support a balanced literacy approach...

Sharing Mother Earth —Racette, Calvin, 1952- author.

Under One Sun invites Kindergarten-Grade 8 students and teachers to connect with Indigenous history, culture and perspectives. The complete classroom set provides blended resources to support a balanced literacy approach...

Imaginary borders —Martinez, Xiuhtezcatl, author.

"In this personal, moving essay, environmental activist and hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez uses his art and his activism to show that climate change is a human issue that can't be ignored"-- Provided by publisher.

This book is made of clouds —Blaise, Misha Maynerick, 1977- author, illustrator.

This Book Is Made of Clouds is a playful invitation for young minds to explore how they are connected to nature, the universe, and all of humanity. Everything is connected to everything else, from the ocean's phytoplankt...

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