Green Earth Book Award Celebration
OCTOBER 19 | 7 PM
The Green Earth Book Award Celebration is held every year to honor The Nature Generation’s Green Earth Book Award winners. Join The Nature Generation and Lewes Public Library, partners Salisbury University Seidel School of Education and Browseabout Books, and all of this year’s Green Earth Book Award-winning authors for this annual virtual celebration. Hear Christophe Tuluo, Executive Director of the Delaware Center for the Inland Bay. discuss 50 years of the Endangered Species Act and the Act’s successes and challenges ahead, meet all the award winners, and enjoy short videos of children and young people engaging with award-winning books. Register now to join us in celebrating the Green Earth Book Award winners for 2023.
The Nature Generation (NatGen) is an environmental nonprofit that inspires and empowers youth to make a difference in their communities as stewards of the environment. We reach our nation’s youth through innovative programs in literature, science, and the arts. Our mission to Read Green, Think Green, and Act Green drives all NatGen initiatives. In 2024, we will celebrate our 20th anniversary of action and of honoring the best in environmental literature for children and young adults through our nationally recognized Green Earth Book Award. NatGen also offers small grants to organizations and individuals that use Green Earth Book Award books in a project at a school, museum, or community group. We are passionate about protecting our planet and strive to provide scientific-based environmental information to young people through these award-winning books.
We invite you to support the authors by purchasing a copy of their book from Browseabout Books by clicking HERE. Call-in orders are accepted at (302) 226-2665 or you can stop by the store to purchase a copy. For store hours, please visit their website. Each copy purchased comes with a signed bookplate.