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Kids Can Press: Spring 2022

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    9781525308123
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    For sale with exclusive rights in: WORLD
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    Distributor: Hachette Book Group USA Availability: Available On Sale Date: May 03, 2022 Carton Quantity: 32 $21.99 CAD
    $19.99 USD
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Global Ocean, The
By (author): Rochelle Strauss Illustrated by: Natasha Donovan
Rochelle Strauss ,

Illustrated by :

Natasha Donovan

Imprint:

Kids Can Press

ISBN:

9781525304910

Product Form:

Hardcover

Form detail:

Printed dust jacket
Hardcover , Printed dust jacket
English

Audience:

Juvenile: Age (years) 8 - 12, Grade (US) 3 - 7, Reading age 8 - 12
May 03, 2022
$21.99 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

9in x 11 x 0.55 in | 1.07 lb

Page Count:

36 pages
Kids Can Press
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Environmental Science & Ecosystems
  • Short Description
The global ocean is in trouble --- and kids can help! Though we think of Earth's five oceans as separate and distinct, they are actually a linked system of circulating water that is one single ocean --- the global ocean. This comprehensive overview explores the global ocean's enormous influence on the planet, as well as humans' often-detrimental influence on the ocean. But it also highlights many inspiring initiatives underway to restore and heal Earth's most important feature, making its message of urgency as hopeful as it is accurate. Kids will happily dive into these beautiful pages to learn about our magnificent global ocean --- and what they can do to help save it!
The global ocean is in trouble. This beautiful and important book explores the issues --- and what we can do to help. Though we think of Earth's five oceans as separate and distinct, they are actually a linked system of circulating water that is one single ocean --- the global ocean. This comprehensive and accessible overview explores the global ocean's enormous influence on the planet, as well as humans' often-detrimental influence on the ocean. But it also highlights some of the many ways people are working to restore and heal the global ocean --- from everyday actions to large institutional projects --- making the message of urgency as hopeful as it is accurate. Filled with fascinating information, stunning visuals and plenty of calls to action, readers will be inspired to discover what they can do to help heal Earth's most important feature and, ultimately, our planet. Bestselling author Rochelle Strauss applies a positive, proactive approach to the urgent topics of climate change and ocean conservation in this gorgeous and unique depiction of the global ocean, based on the most current ocean science research. Engaging illustrations on every spread by award-winning Natasha Donovan are eye-catching and powerful. Examples of real people of all ages making a difference can be found in sidebars on each spread with more at the back of the book. Two sections list ways to help, one for children and one for the adults in their lives. There are many curriculum links in earth and life sciences, particularly in climate, environment, habitats, ecosystems and diversity of living things. Part of the CitizenKid series, this book encourages citizenship and engaging in the global community.

Rochelle Strauss is a bestselling children's book author, as well the director of education for the Toronto Botanical Garden. Through her work, Rochelle combines her love of nature and passion for stories to teach children about the wonders of the natural world. She lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario.
Natasha Donovan is an award-winning illustrator originally from Vancouver, British Columbia. She is a member of the Métis Nation of British Columbia. Natasha now lives on a tiny farm along with several wonderful creatures --- both of the human and the nonhuman variety --- in Deming, Washington.

The facts are as dramatic as the threat of loss.—Booklist, Starred Review (Praise for One Well)

A timely exploration of the threats facing the world's oceans, this book will educate and inspire the next generation of environmental activists.—School Library Journal

This is seriously an incredible book that I think every educator should read ...—ETFO

One Well fills a huge void...This beautifully illustrated and superbly written book is exactly the tool needed to bring awareness of the life-giving importance of water to a whole new generation.—Maude Barlow, Chair, Council of Canadians, Author of Blue Gold (Praise for One Well)

This beautifully illustrated and wonderfully written book should be read and acted upon by every family member. I hope that it will be available in every school library in the world. The message it brings is critical to all humans and indeed all life on the planet.—Charles Hopkins, United Nations University Chair for Education for Sustainable Development, York Uni (Praise for One Well)

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