A Warmer World

A Warmer World By Caroline Arnold Jamie Hogan, A Warmer World Adapt or face extinction The golden toad used to inhabit the cloud forests of Costa Rica but when the weather became too warm and dried up the pools where its eggs hatched the golden toad disappear
  • Title: A Warmer World
  • Author: Caroline Arnold Jamie Hogan
  • ISBN: 9781580892667
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Warmer World By Caroline Arnold Jamie Hogan, Adapt, or face extinction.The golden toad used to inhabit the cloud forests of Costa Rica, but when the weather became too warm and dried up the pools where its eggs hatched, the golden toad disappeared It has not been seen in than twenty years This amphibian is just one of several species in A WARMER WORLD, a thought provoking and informative account of how globalAdapt, or face extinction.The golden toad used to inhabit the cloud forests of Costa Rica, but when the weather became too warm and dried up the pools where its eggs hatched, the golden toad disappeared It has not been seen in than twenty years This amphibian is just one of several species in A WARMER WORLD, a thought provoking and informative account of how global climate change has affected wildlife over the past several decades.Species by species, acclaimed nonfiction children s author Caroline Arnold describes how warmer weather alters ecosystems, forcing animals to adapt or become extinct Arnold s clear and straightforward text is complemented by Jamie Hogan s collage style illustrations Reminiscent of a nature journal, the book will inspire readers to start their own research into this significant global issue.A glossary and listing of websites and books for further exploration is included.
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    1. A Warmer World informational non fiction First, the illustrations are very well done The illustrator used a collage form with charcoal and oil pastels in the background, spiral bound notebook paper for facts, and paper tags for identification of species What I found to be different about this global warming book than most children s books that I have read, is that it is very inclusive In other words, as it does a great job of explaining global warming it also includes many different species that [...]

    2. Our world s climate is rapidly changing Global warming is not only effecting us but also the animals and other small creatures that share our planet The environmental changes are so great that some creatures are gone all together In 1964 a biologist working in Costa Rica found a tiny yellow toad that thrived and laid eggs in pools of water As the earth warmed the puddles dried and since 1989 the toads have not been seen anywhere As the world gets warmer animals move to find new places to live, b [...]

    3. A Warmer World is a timely subject for children The world is experiencing Climate Change Species of plants, butterflies, trees, fish and animals are being impacted by warmer and dryer climates.The book made me sad, thinking that children are growing up in a world where the natural world is changing Kids may never see some of the species I have known in my lifetime.My question is what can be done to avert the massive species die off Won t a child ask these questions

    4. Each page reflects the impact climate change is having on a different animal dying out, moving range, new completion for food, impact on food sources, changing habitats, and departing families.

    5. A Warmer World From Polar Bears to Butterflies, How Climate Change Affects Wildlife Charlesbridge, 2012 , by Caroline Arnold, illustrated beautifully by Jamie HoganI really enjoyed this beautiful book One of the things I love most about it is that it is not alarmist It does show the devastating effects of global warming, but it also points out that climate change, while fatal to some populations, simply makes other populations change their location For instance, gentoo penguins didn t live on th [...]

    6. With clear, accessible text, Arnold A Bald Eagle s World, Picture Window Books 2010 introduces young readers to the impact climate change has on animals throughout the world Arnold, author of many nonfiction books on animals for young readers, draws readers into this complex subject by looking at the disappearance of the golden toad in the mountains of Costa Rica While it may not seem like a lot, the average world temperature has risen than one degree Farenheit This change has brought significa [...]

    7. This is a great book to bring into the classroom Science is not my strong suit, but the author keeps this book simple enough that children can learn about the world happening around them The weather, the climate, what may or may not happen each day and WHY Further , the reader is learning about climates they are not accustommed to, because they walk and live in the same area every day The book is very informational and even provides a glossary for further explanations, which is helpful with a ne [...]

    8. This book paints the picture of wildlife affected by climate changes It shows how their home, shelter, food, and water is all affected by the weather changes The illustrations are powerful and inspiring to the students.I would use this book to show to my students how and why wildlife is easily affected by certain climate changes that occur.

    9. An accessible, classroom friendly, age appropriate books on climate change Arnold s use of specific examples every two page spread covers a different animal and how its life has been effected by temperature changes is effective and useful Recommended for libraries and classrooms.Lovely collage illustrations.

    10. Very important message with a gentle presentation for our younger readers Specific consequences of global warming are paired with various animals to show the effect on the habitat, and the adaptations the animals must make to survive Illustrations are done in charcoal pencil and pastels, and are accented with collage, paper and tags Glossary and resources.

    11. I browsed through this book and read the first few pages It seemed like a good overview on climate change and the effects it has on plants and animals throughout the world It highlights a few specific animals and gives information on what is happening to them as our world gets hotter.Probably not the best for a report, but good for an interesting read on the topic.

    12. While studying climate change in the classroom we read many books on Arctic animals I was happy to see A Warmer World include many animals from all over the world This informative book oontains many great facts about climate change.

    13. This short non fiction picture book packs a massive amount of accessible information about the effects of climate change and global warming on animals in a variety of biomes Content is presented as expository text, labeled specimens, simulated field notes, glossary, and muted illustrations.

    14. This book was a little awkward to read aloud because of the different sections, but it was colorful and engaging My children seemed to enjoy it and it was an age appropriate my children are ages 5 9 introduction to the topic of climate change.

    15. A short story about the effects of global warming on animals and plants around the world This book clearly describes global warming in a simple way and helps students understand why it is a big deal.

    16. This is an informational picture book for elementary aged kids about global warming The book discusses various plant and animal life that has been changed by global warming A way to get kids talking and learning about an issue that effects us all.

    17. This is a great book to talk to kids about global warming The book takes different animals and explains how their habitat is changing due to global warming and how the animals are impacted I found it fascinating

    18. A brilliant book for any weather and climate study The book works as a whole, or each page could be assigned to an expert group for a close read.

    19. My favorite parts of the book were the art and layout design The text worked but it wasn t particularly enthralling An index would have helped for research readers.

    20. This book addresses how animals cope with or can t cope with the changing climate The focus is on the animals survival rather than the environment.

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