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Calpurnia Tate is an
ordinary young girl who holds a special bond with nature. Her constant wonder
about the earth and its creatures lead her to reconnect with her wise
granddaddy. With this newfound companion, Calpurnia searches for the answers to
her environmental questions and tries desperately to trade her housewife fate
for her passion for nature.
Hoot by Carl
This story combines your
typical teen problems (bullying, fitting in) with one boy’s unique fight for
creatures in danger. The adults plan to build a pancake house that would
destroy a family of burrowing owls, and they’re not going to let anything get
in their way. In this ecological mystery, can Roy and his new pals stick up for
what they believe in…and save some owls while they’re at it?
Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
Omakayas is a 7-year-old
girl who lives on an island in the mid-1800s. Using her family’s rich culture
as inspiration, Omakayas survives the extremes of the earth’s seasons by
embracing her world instead of being afraid of it. But when a foreign visitor
comes to the sacred land, he brings along something that will change the islanders’
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Beasts by Isabel Allende
What if you had the chance
to discover the most legendary beast of the Amazon? In this exciting tale, Alex
Cold gets to do just that. When the 15-year-old accompanies his grandmother on
an International Geographic search for the Yeti, he comes face to face with
thrilling experiences and adventure.
Life As We
Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer
Enjoy the world you have,
because you never know how quickly it can change! In Life
As We Knew It, an asteroid knocks the moon closer to our planet, and all of
earth’s balance is thrown off. In a world where tsunamis, volcanoes and
earthquakes are taking over, high school sophomore Miranda will need to cling
to her family, friends and faith to survive.
Girlwood by Claire
Polly Greene may struggle
in the social world, but when she’s surrounded by the enchanting nature of the
woods, she couldn’t be happier. This comes in handy when Polly’s older sister,
Bree, disappears into the forest. It will take Polly’s unusual insights and
natural connection to save her sister and her beloved hidden grove.
Wild Seattle by Will Hobbs
Shannon and her little
brother, Cody, begin the adventure of a lifetime as they spend the summer at
their uncle Neal’s wildlife center. Encountering the most unthinkable,
craziest, sometimes humorous situations, the sibs discover the value in all living creatures.
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