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Into the woods

A new crop of illustrated books, both fiction and non-fiction, celebrate the beauty of trees and advocate for their protection

The Boreal Forest

L.E. Carmichael and Josée Bisaillon, ill.

Kids Can Press, Ages 8–12

A Forest in the City

Andrea Curtis and Pierre Pratt, ill.

Groundwood Books, Ages 8–12

Peter and the Tree Children

Peter Wohlleben and Cale Atkinson, ill.; Jane Billinghurst, trans.

Greystone Kids, Ages 4–8

Nattiq and the Land of Statues

Barbara Landry and Martha Kyak, ill.

Groundwood Books, Ages 3–7

THE STAKES of environmental-science books for kids have risen dramatically as climate change hurtles toward the point of no return. Four new titles, running the gamut from informational to fictional, celebrate the beauty of trees and advocate for their protection and necessity for a functioning planet.

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