The Tiny Activist

Category: Environmental Activism


Climate Change for Babies

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We Are Water Protectors

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If You Take Away the Otter

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A Black Woman Did That

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Never Too Young! 50 Unstoppable Kids Who Made a Difference

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Plants (Nature All Around)

Written by: Pamela Hickman Illustrated by: Carolyn Gavin For ages: 7-10 years  Language: English Topics Covered: Pint-Sized Professor, Biology, Plants, Nature. Summary:  I really like this book! It was designed for kids, but for kids who love plants. The book is organized in a…

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Like A Girl

Written by: Lori Degman Illustrated by: Mara Penny For ages: 4-8 years  Language: English Topics Covered: Feminism, Historical Figures, Art, Architecture, Sports, Neurodiversity, Authors, Activism. Summary:  This book is a call to action for girls to use their skills and passions to change the…

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A Dolphin’s Wish: How YOU Can Help Make a Difference and Save Our Oceans

Written by: Trevor McCurdie Illustrated by: Cinzia Battistel For ages: 4-8 years Language: English Topics Covered: Pint-Sized Professor, Ocean, Activism, Pollution, Litter, Environmental Activism,  Summary:  This book is narrated by a young dolphin, listening to their father talk about the pollution that is impacting their…

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This Place: 150 Years Retold

Written by: Assorted Indigenous authors Illustrated by: Assorted Indigenous illustrators For ages: YA & Middle Grades Language: Majority English, Topics Covered: Own Voices, First Nations, Indigenous Voices, Graphic Novels, First Contact, History, Summary:  This Place is a graphic novel produced by one of my favorite…

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The Boreal Forest: A Year in the World’s Largest Land Biome

Written by: L.E. Carmichael Illustrated by: Josée Bisaillon For ages: 8-12 years  Language: English Topics Covered: STEM, Biology, Pint-Sized Professor, Nature, Non-Fiction, Animals, Boreal Forest, Indigenous Voices.  Summary:  This is a really fascinating book that spans a whole year in the world’s largest biome.  I…

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