Big Ideas For Little Environmentalists: Ecosystems with Rachel Carson

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Author: Maureen McQuerry

Illustrator: Robin Rosenthal

Discover Rachel Carson's big ideas about protecting ecosystems and ways even the youngest kids can help, too!

Even little children can make a positive impact on the environment. Rachel Carson was an environmentalist who studied the way the land, plants, and animals interact with each other, beginning when she was a child. She noticed that everything is connected, and all of nature must stay healthy for living things to thrive. When she realized that the chemicals people used outdoors were making plants, animals, and even other people sick, she began teaching others about the ecosystems, and how we must take care of them to keep the Earth balanced. Kids will see, through Rachel's curiosity and passion for all creatures, that even seemingly small choices can have big consequences on the world around them. Look for all of the books in the Big Ideas for Little Environmentalists series: Conservation with Jane Goodall, Restoration with Wangari Maathai, and Preservation with Aldo Leopold.