Reading List

Nonfiction dealing with air pollution and energy and environment issues:

Pollution and Waste by Sally Morgan and Rosie Harlow, published by Kingfisher, New York
Energy and Power  by Rosie Harlow and Sally Morgan, published by Kingfisher, New York.
Earth Alert edited by Nicole Carmichael and written by James Marsh, published by World Book
The Ozone Hole by Sally Morgan, published by Franklin Watts, New York
Changing Climate by Sally Morgan, published by Franklin Watts, New York
Homes and Cities: Living for the Future by Sally Morgan, published by Franklin Watts, New York
Hazy Skies. Weather and the Environment. Kahl, Jonathan D.W., (1998) Minneapolis: Learner Publications Company.
The Grolier Library of Environmental Concepts and Issues Series, Grolier, (1996). Grolier Educational Corporation.
The Kids' Environment Book: What's Awry and Why Pedersen, Anne. (1991) Santa Fe, New Mexico. John Muir Publications
Scholastic Environmental Atlas of the United States Mattson, Mark. (1993).. New York. Scholastic, Inc.
Fiction dealing with air pollution concerns:  
Who Really Killed Cock Robin? by Jean Craighead George published by HarperTrophy cover
The Lorax by Dr. Suess
The Big Tree by Bruce Hiscock, published by Boyds Mills Press, Pennsylvania 
Nonfiction dealing with developing ideas to solve problems:  
Henry Ford: Young Man With Ideas by Hazel B. Aird and Catherine Ruddiman
The New Way Things Work by David Macaulay published by Houghton Mifflin
Rachel Carson, Pioneer of Ecology by Kathleen V. Kudlinski, published by Puffin Books, New York.