One Small Step for a Better World: Plan a Gadget-Free Day for Your Family
by Marsha Rakestraw Technology and media have become such a ubiquitous part of our lives that some people actually exhibit…
Be Light Like a Bird
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by Monica Schröder Capstone Young Readers, 2016 239 pgs Grades 5-8 Wren is a 12-year-old girl learning how to navigate…
Harlem Charade
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by Natasha Tarpley Scholastic, 2017 297 pages Grades 4-7 Jin is a 7th grader getting through school and helping at…
Peace
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by Wendy Anderson Halperin Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2013 Grades 1-5 “For there to be peace in the world…
How to Heal a Broken Wing
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by Bob Graham Candlewick Press, 2008 Grades PreK-2 “No one saw the bird fall.” A bird hits a window, and…
Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are
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by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz Dey Street Books, 2017 357 pgs Everybody Lies upends what we think we know is true, letting…
Those Shoes
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by Maribeth Boelts Candlewick Press, 2007 Grades K-3 Jeremy wants those shoes that most of his classmates seem to have:…
Stepping Stones: A Refugee Family’s Journey
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by Margriet Ruurs (Arabic/English) Falah Raheem, trans. Orca Book Publishers, 2016 Grades PreK-3 In simple text (in English and Arabic),…
Beautiful
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by Stacy McAnulty Running Press, 2016 Grades PreK-1 Girls of many skin tones and interests embrace their beautiful selves and…
Circulate
Websites
Circulate is a creator and curator of news and features related to developing a circular economy. A circular economy is…
I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark
Books
by Debbie Levy Simon & Schuster Young Books for Readers, 2016 Grades 3-5 Ruth Bader Ginsburg might not have been…
Market Forces and Food Technology Will Save the World
Videos/Movies
by Bruce Friedrich TEDxSonomaCounty, 2018. 17:39 min  Bruce Friedrich, co-founder and executive director of the Good Food Institute, highlights how…