12 Diverse Earth Day Books We Love

Earth Day is just days away, and we are celebrating by reading our favorite diverse Earth Day books.

Over the last few years, my love and appreciation of the natural world had grown immensely, and I have become more mindful of the little changes in nature.

As a family, we spend majority of our days learning about our planet and it’s inhabitants, while taking small impactful steps to care for and conserve our environment. Books are the heart of our learning experiences. We have acquired many titles, from diverse authors, highlighting the conservation of our planet.

This Earth Day let’s celebrate the diversity of our planet and deep connection to everything within it. Here are 12 of our favorite diverse Earth Day Books, that are sure to encourage environmental awareness and inspire young hearts to protect our Earth.

Diverse Earth Day Books We Love

  • If the World Were a Village by David Smith •The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry •Little Dandelion Seeds the World by Julia Richardson •My Friend Earth by Patricia MacLachlan •A Cool Drink of Water by Barbara Kerley •Ohana Means Family by Ilima Loomis •111 Trees: How One Village Celebrates the Birth of Every Girl by Rona Singh •Zonia’s Rainforest by Juana Martinez-Neal •One Leaf Rides the Wind by Celeste Davidson Mannis •One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of Gambia by Miranda Paul •The Water Princess by Susan Verde •Little Naturalist: Wangari Maathai Planted Trees by Kate Combs

I hope you love these books as much as we do. Please stop by my page @naturallylayan on Instagram for children’s literature and activity inspiration.

As always, love and live naturally.

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I'm a Layan, of Naturally Layan and LAM Culture.  Thank you for joining me, as I share my journey of marriage, motherhood, and entrepreneurship. 

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