It's Getting Hot In Here: The Past, Present, And Future Of Climate Change by Bridget HeosIt's Getting Hot In Here: The Past, Present, And Future Of Climate Change by Bridget Heos

It's Getting Hot In Here: The Past, Present, And Future Of Climate Change

byBridget Heos

Hardcover | February 23, 2016

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Tackling the issue of global warming head-on for a teen audience, Bridget Heos examines the science behind it, the history of climate change on our planet, and the ways in which humans have affected the current crisis we face. It's Getting Hot in Here illustrates how interconnected we are not just with everyone else on the planet, but with the people who came before us and the ones who will inherit the planet after us. This eye-opening approach to one of today's most pressing issues focuses on the past human influences, the current state of affairs, the grim picture for the future-and how young readers can help to make a positive change.
Bridget Heos is the author of Mustache Baby, Mustache Baby Meets His Match, and many nonfiction books for young readers, including the Just Like Us! series. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband and four children. Visit Bridget online at authorbridgetheos.com and on Twitter @bridgetheos.
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Title:It's Getting Hot In Here: The Past, Present, And Future Of Climate ChangeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:February 23, 2016Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0544303474

ISBN - 13:9780544303478

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Engaging and relevant, this book urges readers to think about the implications of their actions beyond their own communities." -Booklist "Rooted in science" and offering teen readers tools for individual action, this is a necessary purchase for most libraries. -Kirkus * "Well-researched and comprehensible, it's an alarming, but never alarmist, examination of a critical topic." - Publishers Weekly STARRED review "