A children's adventure story book on climate action
Learn how to save energy
This illustrated story book is aimed at primary school classes from Jr Infants to 2nd class. Alina shows how you can reduce energy, while Guzzlers prepares for the energy party.
The book show lots of actions that the children can take to reduce their energy, giving them practical ways to take climate action and inspire them from a young age.
This book has been written by Lucinda Jacob and illustrated by Alan Nolan for SEAI and edited by Dr Orla Kelly from DCU, Institute of Education. It's jam-packed with colourful images and characters to engage and interest children in alignment with the primary curriculum.
This resource was developed by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) to help you teach your students about climate change and energy. The workbook uses interactive activities to communicate the importance of energy in our lives and to introduce the idea of saving energy whenever we can. This resource was researched and developed by Associate Professor Orla Kelly of the School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies and the Centre for the Advancement for STEM Teaching and Learning (CASTeL) in DCU Institute of Education, with Lucinda Jacob, author, and Alan Nolan, illustrator.
Get your own hardcopy of the book
School teachers can order a hard copy of the book in English for their class by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or borrow a school set from your local library. Parents and kids can also borrow their own copy from one of our listed libraries. Please download the list to see which libraries are stocking the book.Download the pdf See participating libraries