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I Wonder Why There's a Hole in the Sky and Other Questions About the…

by Sean Callery

Series: I Wonder Why

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Climate change can be a difficult discussion to have with children without overwhelming or scaring them.I Wonder Why There's a Hole in the Sky takes a look at our planet, how we are damaging it, and what we can do to protect it, all with an accessible and child-friendly approach, appropriate questions, and lighthearted illustrations. It addresses all of the important topics such as pollution, global warming, endangered animals, climate change, and extreme weather in a gentle Q&A style that invites further discussion. It is the perfect introduction to "green" issues for young environmentalists.… (more)
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This book gives brief explanations about issues regarding our planet. It also gives solutions to help make it better.

This is a great book for 5-8 year olds. It gives just the right amount of detail and explains the issues so they can understand.

This would be a great book to use with a unit over the earth. It would also a great way to get the children thinking about how they can help the earth.
  tararamos | Oct 26, 2010 |
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Climate change can be a difficult discussion to have with children without overwhelming or scaring them.I Wonder Why There's a Hole in the Sky takes a look at our planet, how we are damaging it, and what we can do to protect it, all with an accessible and child-friendly approach, appropriate questions, and lighthearted illustrations. It addresses all of the important topics such as pollution, global warming, endangered animals, climate change, and extreme weather in a gentle Q&A style that invites further discussion. It is the perfect introduction to "green" issues for young environmentalists.

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