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Children's literature

The selected annotated titles included in these booklists focus primarily on issues that face Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico, with a few titles exploring a broader environmental science context. Books are grouped according to age group for Children’s (elementary) and middle and high school youth. These books are readily available through libraries, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other booksellers and include both fictional stories and scientifically accurate resources. These titles have received positive reviews from reputable sources and provide students with rich environmental experiences through reading.

Fiction & Nonfiction Booklists for Ages: