Eyes wide open: going behind the environmental headlines, by Paul Fleischman

Even if Cop21 has ended, it’s never too late to catch up: Take 250 years… Read More… Continue reading Eyes wide open: going behind the environmental headlines, by Paul Fleischman


Cop 21 and library resources on climatic changes

For those of you who still wonder what the COP21 is, what global warming is… Read More… Continue reading Cop 21 and library resources on climatic changes


White fever, a journey to the frozen heart of Siberia, by Jacek Hugo-Bader

White fever is the story of a journey like no other, as Jacek Hugo-Bader makes his way… Read More… Continue reading White fever, a journey to the frozen heart of Siberia, by Jacek Hugo-Bader


Rain, a natural and cultural history, by Cynthia Barnett

Rain is elemental, mysterious, precious, destructive. It is the subject of countless poems and paintings;… Read More… Continue reading Rain, a natural and cultural history, by Cynthia Barnett


Shackleton’s Journey wins the Kate Greenaway medal

Already a New York Times best Illustrated Book, William Grill’s dazzling Shackleton’s Journey  is the latest… Read More… Continue reading Shackleton’s Journey wins the Kate Greenaway medal