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Green Reading

Libraries were "green" for centuries before many people began to think about environmentalism.  Lending a book to multiple users over the course of time saves money and paper.  Using the library can be a big part of a green lifestyle.  Here are just some of the books on the environment that might interest you in Concordia's collection.

by Elizabeth Rogers

by William Powers

ed. Woodrow W. Clark

by Benjamin Kline

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Kids Books

by Jacqui Bailey

by Miriam Coleman

by Gillian Gosman

Pond circle
by Betsy Franco

The man who lived in a hollow tree
by Anne Shelby

The dirt on dirt
by Paulette Bourgeois

Frog in a bog
by John Himmelman