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Creating Connections Through Library Mail Service

For those who can't physically make it to a library, the Library Mail Service program allows them to connect with others. Read up on how WCCLS staff and patrons created a community without ever being in the same room.

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  • The People's Fight for a Clean, Safe, and Healthy Environment

    For adults

    A veteran environmentalist shares her roadmap to a healthier world—one that uses the law to empower activists and provide hope for communities everywhere.

    Cover image of The Green Amendment by Maya K. van Rossum
  • Making a Life at the End of the World

    For adults

    In search of answers and action, the award-winning poet and essayist Lisa Wells brings us Believers, introducing trailblazers and outliers from across the globe who have found radically new ways to live and reconnect to the Earth in the face of climate change.

    Cover image of Believers by Lisa Wells
  • The Event That Sparked Earth Day

    For kids

    The true story of how a 1969 fire in one of the most polluted rivers in America helped foster awareness of water pollution and how the river's fate contributed to the environmental movement and the first Earth Day.

    Cover image of The Day the River Caught Fire by Barry Wittenstein
  • Work Through Anxiety About Climate Change

    For tweens and teens

    Learning about climate change can arouse all kinds of feelings, but there are ways to cope with them and to use them productively. A therapist provides solid information about what we now know about climate change, interspersing her explanations with self-help suggestions.

    Cover image of All the Feelings Under the Sun by Leslie Davenport


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