I collected a few interesting environmental links this week.
75 Great Science and Nature Books for Kids Under 6 from Melissa Stewart's Celebrate Science blog.
Readers' Corner: Eco-Fiction from a Sno-Isle Library blog deals with older readers. It also seems to suggest that eco-fiction is about climate change.
What is Eco-fiction? at North Castle Children's Corner is also a list of books for older readers. This library describes eco-fiction as "a work of fiction that reflects the relationship between humans and their natural environment." Instead of isolating eco-fiction as a genre, itself, they say it is "present" in various other genres.
In order to include all age groups, check out Love the Earth, Love Some Eco-Fiction, a list of adult eco-fiction.
Three of these lists came from Eco-Fiction's tweets.