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Actor Leonardo DiCaprio shares what he believes is the most pressing environmental issue of our time: global warming. And Leo’s definitely not aloneâ€”many scientists have been warning the public for years that the Earth is getting hotter. Some say that if drastic measures aren’t taken to stop it, global warming may cause catastrophic results for the billions of people living on our planet.
Leo says global warming is not only the number one issue affecting the environmentâ€”it’s one of the most important issues facing all of humanity. “It’s something that’s going to affect not only us, but our children and our grandchildrenâ€¦and generations to come,” says Leo.
This is a tough subject for adults and children to understand. Recently Authors Laurie David (Producer of Inconvenient Truth) and Cambria Gordon wrote a book called The Down To Earth Guide to Global Warming to help our children understand what we can do to protect our environment for our future generations. Inside the book, there are quotes from Jennifer Garner, Leonardo Di Caprio, Reggie Bush and many more about why we need to do something about global warming. Brad Whitford and Jane Kaczmarek have read it with their kids. It was also featured in the Wired Magazine Green home in Brentwood in the children’s bedroom.
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The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming
by Laurie David & Cambria Gordon
A Kirkus Best Book of 2007
A San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of 2007 (Childrenâ€™s Nonfiction)
A Rocky Mountain News Best Childrenâ€™s Book of 2007
Chicago Public Libraryâ€™s Childrenâ€™s Books for Year-Round Gift Giving of 2007
Winner of the Green Earth Book Award (Non-Fiction Category)
â€œIâ€™ve never seen such a comprehensive explanation of the
[global warming] phenomenon in so few words.â€
* The New York Times Book Review
(Reviewed by Hank Green, editor-in-chief of EcoGeek.org)
â€œThe Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warmingâ€¦brings knotty matters
down to manageable scope for youngsters ages 8 and up.â€
Metropolitan Home Magazine
â€œItâ€™s easy being green with Laurie David and Cambria Gordonâ€™s informative book,
which helps kids understand whatâ€™s happening to our environment.â€
* Parents Magazine
â€œFunny and full of tips, the book informsâ€”and empowersâ€”kids and adults alike.â€
â€” Family Circle
â€œThe heart of the book is in making the concept of
global warming understandable for your kids.â€
Â« â€œFour well-organized sections define the issue and give examples of consequences
in the physical world, extinctions in the animal world and what young people can do.
A humorous tone, eye-catching graphics and celebrity connections lend pizzazz
to this volume, but there is plenty of substance, too.â€
â€” Kirkus, starred review
Â« â€œDynamic layouts and abundant illustrations and photos enliven the passionate
wordsâ€”lush, full-bleed photographs emphasize the high stakes by portraying
both the splendor of the natural world and the devastating effects of climate change.
Printed in soy ink on recycled paper, this engaging and accessible guide, ideal as a
gift or book-club option, inspires commitment to the planet.â€
â€” Publishers Weekly, starred review