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How do we stop climate change?

Mind Mappers: Making Tricky Subjects Easy to Understand

Illustrated by Dragan Kordic

A unique and beautiful approach to understanding climate change with practical actions to help protect the planet.

Climate change is an important, yet complicated, subject. How to We Stop Climate Change? makes it accessible for all ages, from the 8+ year-olds inspired by Greta Thunberg to parents and teachers. 

Beautiful illustrations from noted picture book illustrator Dragan Kordic combine with a straightforward narrative from science writer Tom Jackson to make this an enticing, fascinating, and illuminating read.

BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS: Combines the beauty of a picture book with science-based facts and information.

GORGEOUS GIFT: A beautiful and thoughtful gift for children, families, and classrooms.

TIMELY TOPIC: A 2020 BBC poll found 80% of kids are concerned about the environment. Inspired by activists like Greta Thunberg, they are taking active roles at home, school, and in the community to protect the planet. 

UNIQUE APPROACH: Uses the Mind Map technique to organize information and make it easy to understand for children, parents, and teachers.

ACCESSIBLE TO EVERY READER: The text is carefully layered and leveled for emerging to proficient readers.

Tom Jackson has been a writer for over 20 years. He has written more than 100 books and contributed to many more, covering everything from axolotls to zoroastrianism. His specialities are natural history, technology and all things scientific.

Dragan is a Croatian based illustrator. After he got his master’s degree in Applied Graphics he worked as a graphic designer, mostly in culture and educational domain, as a poster artist and illustrator. Following several big illustration projects, he decided to completely switch to the illustration which now he does full time. Besides being an art enthusiast, he finds inspiration in exploring nature, traveling and reading books – everything from classics to illustrated adventures for young adults and children.