Earth: Our Shared Home Book Series
Program Type:Book Discussion
Join us to discuss a few thought-provoking titles about the interconnected relationship we have with our shared home, planet Earth. This group will span the months of February, March, and April leading up to the globally recognized Earth Day on April 22. We will discuss three works of nonfiction. Join us for as many sessions you’d like!
Our February title is The Carbon Footprint of Everything by Mike Berners-Lee. The Carbon Footprint of Everything breaks items down by the amount of carbon they produce, creating a calorie guide for the carbon-conscious. With engaging writing, leading carbon expert Mike Berners-Lee shares new carbon calculations supported by solid research, cross-referenced with other expert sources, illustrated with easy-to-follow charts and graphs, and written with his trademark sense of humor.
Here are the selections for each month:
- February Title: The Carbon Footprint of Everything by Mike Berners-Lee (2022)
- March Title: A Wing and a Prayer: The Race to Save Our Vanishing Birds by Anders Gyllenhaal (2023)
- April Title: Paper Valley: The Fight for the Fox River Cleanup (Great Lakes Book Series) by David Allen (2023)
Please note: Print copies of each title are available at the Library's Circulation Desk one month in advance of each discussion. The Carbon Footprint of Everything is also available as an eBook & eAudiobook through Hoopla.