Win 10 Classroom Titles in the Earth Day Book Giveaway!

Each year we celebrate Earth Day on April 22! Get ready to teach about the planet we call home and how to protect it all year long with exciting books for students of all ages. Plus, who’s better to help celebrate than The Lorax? From Dr. Seuss to Stephen Hawking, there’s something for everyone in this awesome selection of titles. Enter now for your chance to win your own classroom set. Happy reading!

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Check out the 10 books included:

1. The Lorax by Dr. Seuss

The Lorax Book Cover

The Lorax/Random House Children’s Books

This beloved Dr. Seuss story teaches kids to speak up and stand up for those who can’t.

2. You and the Universe by Stephen Hawking

You and the Universe Book Cover

You and the Universe/Random House Children’s Books

Inspire kids to ask the big questions about Earth and the cosmos with this stunningly illustrated version of Dr. Stephen Hawking’s final message to humankind.

3. The World Is Ours to Cherish by Mary Annaïse Heglar

The World is Ours to Cherish Book Cover

The World Is Ours to Cherish/Random House Children’s Books

This hopeful picture book—written in the style of a letter—gives kids an honest take on climate change and urges them to band together to help the planet.

4. The Wild by Yuval Zommer

The Wild Book Cover

The Wild/Random House Children’s Books

An exquisitely illustrated modern fable about protecting our planet, in which Earth is imagined as a beautiful, precious, and vulnerable creature called the Wild.

5. When Forests Burn by Albert Marrin

When Forests Burn Book Cover

When Forests Burn/Random House Children’s Books

A fascinating look at the most destructive wildfires in American history, the impact of climate change, and what we’re doing right and wrong to manage forest fires, from a National Book Award finalist. Perfect for young fans of disaster stories and national history.

6. The Great Lakes by Barb Rosenstock

The Great Lakes Book Cover

The Great Lakes/Random House Children’s Books

A stunning picture book about the five largest lakes in North America—how they formed, the importance of their abundant fresh water, and how they’ve become a national treasure—in the latest book from the author of the Caldecott Honor book The Noisy Paint Box.

7. My Grandfather’s Song by Phùng Nguyên Quang and Huynh Kim Liên

My Grandfather's Song Book Cover

My Grandfather’s Song/Random House Children’s Books

A stunning picture book about a family’s connection to their land, their home, and each other.

8. The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells

The Uninhabitable Earth Book Cover

The Uninhabitable Earth/Random House Children’s Books

An exploration of the devastating effects of global warming—current and future—adapted for young adults from the #1 New York Times bestseller. This is not only an assessment on how the future will look to those living through it, but also a dire overview and an impassioned and hopeful call to action to change the trajectory while there is still time.

9. Girls Who Green the World by Diana Kapp

Girls Who Green The World Book Cover

Girls Who Green the World/Random House Children’s Books

Part biography, part guidebook to the contemporary environmental movement, this book is the perfect gift for future and current activists and changemakers. The book features the inspiring stories of 34 revolutionaries fighting for our future.

10. Nate the Great and the Earth Day Robot by Andrew Sharmat

Nate the Great book cover

Nate the Great and the Earth Day Robot/Random House Children’s Books

Join detective Nate the Great as he solves the mystery of the missing Earth Day robot. Along with his dog, Sludge, they take on the unusual case and search high and low. Will Nate find the robot in time for the fair?

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Three winners will each receive 10 preselected book titles from Random House Children’s Books.