Kid’s Book Review: Kids Fight Climate Change

Kid’s Book Review: Kids Fight Climate Change

About the Book and Author

This non-fiction book is a practical guide for children about how they can help to protect our precious planet is written by Martin Dorey. It is informative, practical, positive and brilliantly presented with bright, funky graphics and illustrations by artist Tim Wesson. It is published by Walker Books.

Our planet is in trouble. It needs YOU. Together we can fight climate change by speaking up and changing what we eat, how we travel and the ways we use energy. Find out how you can become a #2minutesuperhero by completing 50 fun missions that reduce your carbon footprint at home, school and in your community.


Kids Fight Climate Change Cover
Martin Dorey

Martin Dorey, anti-plastic campaigner and author of the bestselling No. More. Plastic, and is the founder of the Beach Clean Network and the #2minutebeachclean movement. He believes that every voice matters on this urgent issue.

Tim Wesson was constantly doodling, finding any excuse to put pen to paper when he was young. Since turning his much loved past time into his profession Tim has achieved great success in the world of children’s publishing. Having illustrated and authored books across a variety of formats Tim’s titles appeal to young readers of all abilities. Tim’s artworks are full of humour, chaos and crazy characters; he takes great delight in turning the world on it’s head and inviting children to go on the adventure with him.


Book Review

This book has inspired me ad shows that it really takes 2 minutes to do things to help our world

I read Kids Fight Climate Change in 3 days, it was excellent. The book is about what to do to save the world from climate change.

The book is written in snippets of information, I really liked this style of factual writing, it really held my interest.

The pages are bold colours and have brilliant cartoon style illustrations with funny speech bubbles. The book is easy to read but still packs in lots of information, perfect from aged 6 up I think.

I have counted up my everyday superhero points and my family and I are going to change as much as we can to help.

I think this book is great for everyone and would definitely be good for use in schools, forest schools and after school groups like the Scouts.

This book has inspired me, whenever I see rubbish I will put it in the bin or when I’m at my local beach I will do a beach clean.

It inspired me to walk to school and reduce my carbon footprint.

It really takes 2 minutes to do things to help our world. #2minutesuperhero.


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  • Name: Ryan
  • Age: 10 years
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