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Living Beaches of Georgia and the Carolinas

Georgia and the Carolinas beckon curious beachcombers with over 600 miles of wave-swept Atlantic coastline. These beaches offer more than a sandy stroll amidst stunning scenery, they are alive! A book by Blair and Dawn Witherington.

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Patti Pelican and the Gulf Oil Spill, By Lynda Deniger

Author Lynda Deniger has brilliantly crafted a factual story about the plight of birds who were oiled, captured, cleaned and rehabilitated by caring humans during the Gulf oil spill. This marvelous educational tool will help children understand the importance and value of preserving and protecting our environment while conveying a message of hope and inspiring environmental stewardship in children and adults alike.

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Living on the shores of Hawaii: natural hazards, the environment, and our communities

Book Reviews
Feb
25

“Living on the shores of Hawaii: natural hazards, the environment, and our communities” addresses a wide range of environmental concerns within the context of sustainability and their influence on the future of Hawaii. A book by Chip Fletcher; Robynne Boyd, William J. Neal and Virginia Tice.

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Six Grains of Sand, Maui; By Dr. Gary Greenberg

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“The magnificence of nature lies in its consciousness. When we commune with nature, we become conscious of our connection with the universe.” From Dr. Gary Greenberg’s book “A Grain of Sand – Nature’s Secret Wonder.”

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All the Way to the Ocean

A book teaching kids and parents that sewage pollution runs “All the Way to the Ocean.”

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