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Teaching Global Citizenship with Orca's Middle Grade Nonfiction Series

It’s so important to expose students to relevant economic and environmental issues of the day. Orca Book Publishers has a variety of nonfiction series for middle grade readers that are sure to spark critical thinking and action. From fair trade and sustainability practices to wildlife and ecosystem protection, these titles will engage students to think ethically and critically about what it means to be a citizen of the world.

Browse the full list on Titlewave®.

Orca Footprints
Orca Footprints is a nonfiction series for middle grade readers that answers kids’ questions about the state of the natural world, resource sustainability, and how to be global citizens.

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Orca Think
What’s the big idea? Orca Think introduces us to the issues making headlines in the world today. It encourages us to question, connect, and take action for a better future. With those tools we can all become better citizens. Now that’s smart thinking!

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Orca Wild
The Orca Wild series travels over land, under water, and through the air to meet the animals that live in our world. The books challenge us to think about our relationships, both good and bad, with vulnerable species and habitats.

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Orca Timeline
From the past to the present and into the future, the Orca Timeline series explores how big ideas have shaped humanity. Why do we build tall buildings? How have cities evolved? Discover what our collective history can tell us about the planet today and tomorrow.

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