Carole Wilkinson is an Australian author best known for her DragonKeeper series of children’s books. But she is also a well-respected author of non-fiction books, including Fromelles: Australia’s Bloodiest Day at War, Black Snake: The Daring of Ned Kelly, The Games: The Extraordinary History of the Modern Olympics and Hatshepsut: The Lost Pharaoh of Egypt. Her latest book is Atmospheric: The Burning Story of Climate Change.
Boomerang Books, Literary Clutter and Carole Wilkinson are giving you the change to win your very own copy of Atmospheric. How? Read on to find out.
To be in the draw to win a copy of Atmospheric, simply send an email with ATMOSPHERIC in the subject to [email protected]
Entries are open to Australian residents only. And only one entry per person.
Entries close at 5pm (Melb time) on Friday 16 October. The winner will be contacted by email as well as being announced in the comments section of this post. No correspondence on the matter will be entered into. Got that? Good!
So… start sending in those entries. In the mean time, here’s what people have been saying about the book…
“This book will change minds.”
David Spratt (author of Climate Code Red)
“Young people will be the ones grappling with climate change. Atmospheric reminds them they are key to the solution.”
Amanda McKenzie, CEO, Climate Council
“Atmospheric is an insightful piece of multimodal non-fiction which really makes you think twice about the environment around us and how we care for it. This is a book which is both easy to read and yet deeply informative about not only the history and science of our atmosphere, but the far reaching effects of climate change and how it may impact on us further in the future.”
Genie in a Book (read the full review)
Atmospheric has also been getting rave reviews on Goodreads. Here are some comments…
“Wow… this may be the most important book you read.”
“The history of climate change in a thoroughly engaging and accessible book for everyone aged 10 to 100.”
Sounds like a must read book!
Catch ya later, George
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