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Climate Crisis for Beginners


Main Details

Title Climate Crisis for Beginners
Authors and Contributors      By (author) Andy Prentice
By (author) Eddie Reynolds
Illustrated by El Primo Ramon
SeriesFor Beginners
Physical Properties
Dimensions(mm): Height 240,Width 170
ISBN/Barcode 9781474979863
Children / Juvenile

Publishing Details

Publisher Usborne Publishing Ltd
Imprint Usborne Publishing Ltd
Publication Date 7 January 2021
Publication Country United Kingdom


What Climate Change is, why it's happening and what we can all do to reverse it. The Climate Crisis is real. Climate Change is having an enormous impact on the world around us. This book uses simple language and vivid illustrations to explain complex questions clearly. How does the climate work? What are we doing to change it? What can we do differently to avoid the worst outcomes? Why do we all find change so hard? The Climate Crisis is a troubling and sensitive topic, especially for children, so the book includes vital tips on how to set realistic goals and not get overwhelmed by bad news.

Author Biography

Alex Frith has been writing Usborne books since 2005. His diverse output covers such titles as 'See inside Your Head', 'Stories of Thor' and 'Politics for Beginners'. He has spoken at multiple festivals about his book '100 Things to Know About Space'. Alex can be found in London.


A clear, comprehensive guide to something that often feels too huge to be understood or coped with. * The Guardian * An excellent guide for young people to the major issue of our time. * LoveReading4Kids * Brilliant new release. An ideal introduction, whatever your questions might be, this book will have the answers. * The Week Junior Science + Nature * Simple language accompanied by vivid illustration is what this book uses to great effect. From learning how the climate works to how it affects your life, then, in turn how you affect it this book deals sensibly and sensitively with the topic so as not to overwhelm but to educate children, our future. * Armadillo Magazine *