Children's Environment eBooks
With climate-related catastrophes making the news almost daily, many parents are concerned about raising environmentally conscious children. One way to educate children about the environment is through books. With this growing concern, you'll find a variety of eBooks that offer meaningful messages about nature, recycling, and environmental activism. Read on to learn more about some of the best children's environment eBooks available today. Here are some of our favorites:
Is This My Home?
Lily Cole's narration lends her voice to the new digital children's book "Is This My Home?" This storybook, written for a worldwide audience of five to eight-year-olds, is a rousing lesson in environmental protection and climate change. It focuses on the challenges of climate change, and the importance of education in creating change. In this book, a little girl travels around the world, illustrating the problems that climate change poses to our planet.
Set in the year 2020, You Are My Home? is a Christmas-themed family tale that tackles the plight of children born in illegal immigration. While in an attempt to help her parents, U.S. immigration agents arrest Alex's mother. While discussing humane treatment of immigrants, the book is not without controversy: it contains scenes of adult kissing and alcohol consumption, a death announcement, and memories of past deaths. But it's the story's message that makes it worth the time to read.
'Spencer the Spark'
'Spencer the Spark' is a new eBook about the world around us that shares the importance of the environment for children. With the help of the 'Spencer the Spark Foundation,' this eBook aims to inspire children to care about the environment by highlighting the importance of protecting our oceans. Spencer's fascination with the ocean - and her desire to explore it - have inspired her to write about the world around us.
Spencer has been posting online for several years, and the team at Storey Publishing was looking for a children's author who understood science. When they found Spencer's writing on his website, they realized that they had found someone who was passionate about science and could make the book more interesting for kids. Spencer enjoys visiting classrooms and participating in 'Skype a Scientist' sessions. But even if Spencer loves science, he never thought he'd write a children's book.
'The Earth Chronicles'
Children's eBooks about nature are popular with parents, and The Earth Chronicles is a new series featuring the heiress to the mother of all nature, Gaia. In this children's environment eBook, children will learn about the threats to Earth, how to protect her, and ways to help the planet. Half of the profits will go to The Prince's Foundation to fight climate change. The book is printed on 30 percent recycled paper, with vegetable-based ink.
The first book in the Earth Chronicles series, The 12th Planet, is a fascinating look at the past and present of life on Earth. The evidence presented in this children's eBook challenge traditional theories about the origin of life on Earth and suggest that intelligent extraterrestrials once inhabited Earth. Zecharia Sitchin has spent thirty years researching the topic and has discovered documentary evidence that Nibiru was once occupied by extraterrestrials. The authors present evidence that extraterrestrials arrived eons ago and shaped mankind in their own image.
The Earth Chronicles series is a highly popular series of children's books. This series includes archaeological and historical adventures. The first book in the series, The 12th Planet, explores the origin of mankind and the life on Earth. The series has a premise that the Anunnaki inhabited our planet and made us modern humans in their image. Children will learn about the origin of our planet and about ancient cultures.
The Earth Chronicles books are a popular choice for children's books on the environment. The authors are eminent biblical scholars and Orientalists. Their knowledge of the ancient worlds enables them to develop a coherent story about the Anunnaki. The books also include unpublished pieces by Sitchin. While the author's books are well-received, these eBooks are an excellent choice for parents and teachers of children's books.
For younger readers, Children's Environment eBooks provide a good introduction to the natural world. A series of picture books, including Spencer the Spark and Polly the Pinecone, introduce children to different aspects of the environment. The first book in the series, "Spencer the Spark," gives children a realistic understanding of the macro-environment, allowing them to relate to the characters and the story. This title introduces longitudinal outcomes and the SUPER BLOOM, two of the many processes that take place in nature.
Another great book for younger children is "The Lorax," written by Dr. Seuss, who has been responsible for many environmentalist books for children. Although Dr. Seuss' books have received a lot of backlash recently, it's important to remember that this book is an important first introduction to environmentalism for children. While it doesn't shy away from discussing industrialization, it does contain fantastic elements and whimsical characters that appeal to young readers.
Young Children and the Environment: Using stories to explore climate change and environmental issues, this resource shows how early childhood educators can make a difference. This updated edition also addresses the current issue of sustainable living. This resource has been substantially updated and revised and features a new section on sustainability education. With over 300 pages of information and experiments, it is sure to inspire children to take action and make a difference in the world. They will be more likely to engage in climate activism if they have an understanding of how the planet is affected by their choices.
Children's books are increasingly available in digital form on handheld electronic devices. These electronic versions have been developed by researchers to fit the cultural context and educational principles of these books. These eBooks also support literacy development by providing different interactive modes and explanations of difficult words. As a result, they will be a valuable tool for parents and educators. You should consider the educational benefits of Children's Environment eBooks when choosing them for your family.