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Not the End of the World | Geraldine McCaughrean

The story of Noah’s Ark gets a cli-fi reworking in this work…
July 13, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Most Important Comic Book on Earth | Rewriting Extinction

 

 


"Storytelling is our most ancient and powerful…
May 16, 2023/by Katie

Zahrah and the Windseeker | Nnedi Okorafor

 

A coming of age tale where a young 13 year-old girl…
March 11, 2024/by sandyw

The Memory of Water | Emmi Itäranta

Set in an uncanny dystopian future, this speculative fiction…
June 23, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Blue Book of Nebo | Manon Steffan Ros

 

Dylan was six when The End came, back in 2018; when…
March 11, 2024/by sandyw

The World According To Anna | Jostein Gaarder

Fifteen-year-old Anna has begun receiving terrifying visions,…
July 14, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Joyful Environmentalist | Isabel Losada

The Joyful Environmentalist is very much an XR book, with…
May 16, 2023/by Katie

Snow | Gina Inverarity

This clever retelling of Snow White takes place in a land of…
June 23, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

Exodus | Julie Bertagna

The year is 2100 and fifteen-year-old Mara’s island is in…
July 14, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Word for World is Forest | Ursula K. LeGuin

You’re never too young to start reading Ursula K. LeGuin.…
June 21, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

Nature’s Confession | JL Morin

An exciting, fast-paced thriller with an ecological message…
July 13, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Carbon Diaries 2015 | Saci Lloyd

It's January 1st, 2015, and the UK is the first nation to…
February 7, 2023/by Katie

Amanda the Teen Activist: Feathers & Freedom | Catherine Kelaher

Can one girl and her friends save the lives of hundreds of…
April 23, 2024/by sandyw

The Emissary | Yoko Tawada

Acclaimed Japanese author Yoko Tawada delivers a slim, smart,…
July 18, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Story of More: How We Got to Climate Change and Where to Go from Here | Hope Jahren

Degrowth 101 for young adults, The Story of More takes readers…
July 18, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Girl Who Broke the Sea | A. Connors

Part thriller, part sci-fi, this exhilarating YA novel is set…
June 21, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Last Wild | Piers Torday

Think sci-fi Roald Dahl. Kester Jaynes has just found out that…
June 21, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

A Year of Nature Poems | Joseph Coelho

This collection of nature poems makes a perfect gift for the…
July 13, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

Breathe | Sarah Crossan

In a world with no air, if you want to breathe, you have to…
June 21, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

Ring of Bright Water | Gavin Maxwell

YA readers looking for real-life examples of humans living…
July 14, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

Hoot | Carl Hiaasen

This beloved modern classic is an adventure about a new kid…
June 21, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

The Marrow Thieves | Cherie Dimaline

In a dystopian future world, the indigenous people of North…
June 23, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

City of the Beasts | Isabel Allende

Chilean-American writer Isabel Allende’s first YA novel takes…
June 23, 2023/by Anne Enith Cooper

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