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Publication Date: 19 Aug 2021
Subject: Social sciences
Suitable for: Primary (Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7)
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The stories of 35 inspirational activists from around the world who have taken positive action to protect various habitats or animals.
This book takes you on a breathtaking tour of our planet - from towering mountaintops, through grasslands, jungles, rivers, deserts, polar wildernesses and into the blue ocean - to discover the incredible variety of life that calls it home. Along the way, read the stories of 35 inspiring Earth Shakers - children and adults, from tree-planters to scientists, from all around the world - who have taken action to protect it.
With lots of practical tips throughout and handy resources on how to find out more, every budding young activist will be inspired to make a change for a better future.
Includes a special foreword from Lee Durrell MBE, of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Foreword from Lee Durrell MBE
Our wonderful world
How we changed the world
The Earth shakers are rising
Earth is sending us a message
Priti Sakha, fighting for clean air
Kamikatsu Town, Japan's zero-waste warriors
Sarah-Louise Adams, a frog's fairy tale
Felix Finkbeiner, making Earth green again
Dr Peter Pratje, grandfather of the orangutan
Angonoka Guardians, Madagascar's tortoise patrol
Kyra Barboutis & Sophie Smith, hedgehog heroines
John Muir, father of national parks
Julia Butterfly Hill, sitting down for trees
Selnica Ob Dravi's students, busy beekeepers
Rachel Carson, world-changing words
Vincent Opyene, a voice for animals
Yola Mgogwana, when the taps run dry
Poorva Shrivastava, clean water for all
Dr Alan Rabinowitz, journey of the jaguar
Guede Chantier village, holding back the sand
Mina Guli, running dry
Wangari Maathai, the woman of trees
Melati & Isabel Wijsen, bye bye plastic bags
Dr Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, VIP (Very Important Parrotfish)
Erich Hoyt, saving a whale called killer
Climate strike kids, Fridays for future
Will Steger, on thin ice
Prem Gill, studying seals from space
More Earth shakers
10 small changes for a big difference
A letter from the author
About the illustrator