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A Short, Hopeful Guide to Climate Change

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By: Oisín McGann(Author)
A Short, Hopeful Guide to Climate Change
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What is climate change? How can it be stopped? And what can young people do to help the fight? Author Oisín McGann explains climate change science and encourages young people to be part of positive change by getting involved in the global movement to fight humanity’s biggest challenge. Published in collaboration with Friends of the Earth, this might be the most eco-friendly children's book ever published! Vegan inks, all recycled materials and fully recyclable: this book is part of the solution.



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Oisín McGann is a best-selling and award-winning writer and illustrator. He has produced dozens of books and short stories for all ages of reader, including twelve novels, in genres ranging from comedy horror to conspiracy thriller, from science fiction and fantasy to historical fiction. These include the Mad Grandad series, Headbomz: Wreckin’ Yer Head, and novels such as Race the Atlantic Wind, The Gods and Their Machines and The Wildenstern Saga. In 2014 and 2015, he was the Irish writer-in-residence for Weather Stations, an EU-funded project where writers from five different countries were tasked with finding ways to use storytelling to raise awareness of climate change. He has carried on this work through school residencies in primary and secondary schools, funded by Poetry Ireland Writers in Schools and Irish Aid’s WorldWise Global Schools. He is married with three children, two dogs and a cat, and lives somewhere in the Irish countryside, where he won’t be heard shouting at his computer.

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