Related Literature to theme of Water Pollution

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Related Literature to theme of Water Pollution

By: George Ella LyonReading Level: N“All the water in the world, is all the water in the world.” Our water supply is all that the earth has to offer, and therefore we must protect it, conserve it, and keep it from getting polluted for the safety of all those cohabitating this planet.

By: Diane H. Pappas and Richard D. CoveyReading Level: QZak the Yak and the Kid Guardians teach children about water pollution and what can be done about it.

By: Joel HarperReading Level: Not providedThis is an uplifting story about two best friends, Isaac and James, and their discovery of the cause and effect relationship between our cities’ storm drains and the world’s oceans, lakes, and rivers.

By: Mark Kurlansky, illustrated by Frank StocktonReading Level: Not providedThis is a narrative non-fiction account with full-color graphic novel of what is happening to the world’s oceans and what children can do to help. It relates to children by showing them exactly how they are affected by the negative changes in the ecological balance.

By: Carole Garbuny VogelReading Level: Not provided This book refers establishes how overpopulation, coastal development, and weather changes have impacted our oceans. It traces the imprint humans have made on the ocean's bounties and what this means to the future of life on Earth.

By: Goffinet McLarenReading Level: Not providedSullie the Seagull sees that plastic pollution is destroying his beach, and calls his bird friends to action through schemes and adventures to save the environment and ocean life.

By: J. David Taylor and Dave TaylorReading Level: OAs part of a series, ten endangered animals are highlighted in each book with clear, simple text matched by full-color photographs. Each book helps guide the reader toward a greater understanding of the dangers these animals face as their habitats are continually degraded and destroyed.

By: Melvin Berger, illustrated by Paul MirochaReading Level: UThis book takes a look at oil spills and their effect on the ocean. The Exxon Valdez oil spill is described, along with methods of future oil spill prevention and reduction.

“Bringing About a Sea of Change” National GeographicBy: Mallory Moore, National Geographic Kid ReporterReading Level: Not providedMallory Moore interviews important figures at the "Our Ocean" conference hosted by Secretary of State John Kerry at the State Department. It was held to draw attention to the threats our oceans are facing and what can be done by both children and adults to protect them.

Related LiteratureThese books are all related to the theme of water pollution and environmental awareness. Scroll down in the boxes below the book images to read a short synopsis on each book.


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