The Healing of Gaia by M.C. Nelson
How Children Saved the Earth

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...an important climate accord is reached only through the catalyst of pure-heartedness. Still, Nelson taps into a powerful modern fantasy of saving the Earth, and her hallucinatory, colorful illustrations help tell the story. A warmhearted, hopeful book that falters on its science.
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The December 12, 2015 Climate Accord is an important start, but experts agree it goes only halfway to saving the Earth and all her inhabitants from global warming. Adults have done what they will... now it is up to the young to save us all. "The Healing of Gaia" tells a magical tale of the children who take us the rest of the way to safety, providing concrete actions even young ones can take, spiritual practices to incorporate, and positive role models to emulate, all wrapped up in a fairy tale of hope for the Earth and a magical stag, and victory for the children who save them. One dollar from each book sold goes to support the work of the Earth Guardians (www.earthguardians.org).
 

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Published December 12, 2015 by Ideas into Books WESTVIEW. 108 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction
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on Aug 12 2016

...an important climate accord is reached only through the catalyst of pure-heartedness. Still, Nelson taps into a powerful modern fantasy of saving the Earth, and her hallucinatory, colorful illustrations help tell the story. A warmhearted, hopeful book that falters on its science.

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