Environmental Fiction for Middle School

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Environmental Fiction for Middle School

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1claire.datnow
Jul 14, 2012, 11:37am

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WHY I WRITE ENVIRONMENTAL FICTION FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL READERS
In the not-too-distant future, the children in our neighborhoods and schools will have joined the workforce. Some will find themselves working for corporations, sitting behind desks, standing on podiums, running for office, in positions of influence, making decisions that will, for better or worse, affect the ecological health of our very planet. My mission in writing the ecological mystery series, The Adventures of The Sizzling Six, is to nurture the seeds of environmental responsibility, giving today’s kids an abiding appreciation for nature and an intelligent understanding of ecological principals and issues before the future arrives. The Adventures of The Sizzling SIx entertains readers while educating them about endangered species and significant environmental issues—so that they will become wise stewards of our precious Earth. Here are some lists you might like to look at:

http://www.amazon.com/Tween-Eco-Mysteries/lm/R15CGISQIP391K/ref=cm_lm_byauthor_title_full

http://www.amazon.com/Environmental-Eco-Mysteries-for-Middle-School/lm/R218T3AY7I9OFC/ref=cm_lm_byauthor_title_full

You may also enjoy my Environmental Blog at http://www.mediamint.net

2amysisson
Editado: Jul 14, 2012, 1:08pm

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