Published by Scholastic Press
Summary: One person, one carbon molecule, one degree of warmth can all seem insignificant, but when they are multiplied, they can wreak havoc on a planet. Likewise, one person can also feel insignificant when it comes to making positive changes to help our planet, but combined with the efforts of others, they can make a real difference. Includes back matter with additional information about climate change and what people can do to make a difference. 40 pages; ages 4-8.
Pros: A perfect introduction to climate change and the need for environmental activism. The text is spare, just a sentence or two per page, but it really shows the impact, both positive and negative, of small changes. The colorful illustrations help show this as well.
Cons: I find every book about climate change anxiety-inducing.