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A Hot Mess

by Karen Rigby

Jeff Fleischer’s "A Hot Mess" is a substantial, science-based guide that explains climate change through history, its deniers, and the current evidence, all in a candid, accessible format that invites young people to take action. With... Read More

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Under the Stars

by Rebecca Foster

“To walk at night” creates “a night twice lived,” Matt Gaw declares in "Under the Stars", which is structured around a series of night walks to delve into the science of the night sky. The pull of the moon is undeniable, Gaw... Read More

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Ice Rivers

by Rachel Jagareski

Glaciologist Jemma Wadham’s anguish over her field of study being besieged by climate change underpins "Ice Rivers", which introduces seven diverse glaciers. It’s an emotional, masterful science narrative that’s coupled with scenes... Read More

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