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Mi María: Surviving the Storm is a new oral history book that amplifies Puerto Ricans' first-person stories in the aftermath of Hurricane María, exploring how communities come together in the wake of disaster, how government neglect impacts recovery, and how precarity is exacerbated for those on the frontlines of the climate crisis. There are also corresponding free lesson plans available for educators to bring these narratives into the classroom and teach about the climate crisis, colonialism, representation, migration, disaster response, and more.

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Handbook for Bird Educators
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This Handbook for Bird Educators, published by Early Bird (www.early-bird.in) is intended to serve as a reference guide for anyone who wishes to spread the joy of birds and nature to children and adults. It includes a compilation of tips, tricks, activities, games, projects and more that can make learning fun.

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The publication contains twenty-three examples of activities that have been implemented all over the world through the Learning about Forests programme. By collecting and sharing these stories we aim to promote outdoor education, inspiring schools and teachers on how to use nature as a classroom.

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Bird and Moon is a science webcomic created by Rosemary Mosco, a science writer and artist passionate about sharing her love for the natural world. In addition to posting comics on her website, Mosco has published Birding is My Favorite Video Game: Cartoons about the Natural World from Bird and Moon, a collection of fun, quasi-educational comics combining weird science, cute visuals, sweet wit, and a strong environmental message.

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