Inspiring Environmental Stewards

Teachers: Free Live Chat with winning author!

Two-time National Book Award finalist and Green Earth Award Book winner Eliot Schrefer has offered to do free live video chats with classes that have read one of his books.  Said Eliot, “Let’s give all of us something positive to look forward to.”

Eliot’s 2013 winner, Endangered, is a compelling tale of a girl who must save a group of bonobos – and herself – from a violent coup.  His 2015 winner, Threatened, is a tale of survival and discovery that begins when orphan Luc helps a researcher study endangered chimpanzees.  Eliot has written several national bestsellers for young adults, click here to learn more about him on his website by clicking here.

PM Eliot on Facebook here to set up a chat.

Please pass this offer on to high school and middle school teachers you know – it is a great opportunity for youth to connect with our inspirational winning authors.  With his enthusiasm and first-hand experiences and knowledge of protecting endangered species, Eliot can’t help but inspire stewardship in others.

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