by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin, illustrated by Giovanni Rigano shows the challenges that climate change brings to communities in different parts of the world, through the eyes of children who are trying to save their homes. In a fishing village in the Bay of Bengal, 12-year-old Sami watches as rising sea levels and worsening storms make survival in his community harder. Meanwhile, on the other side of the planet, 14-year-old Yuki, living in an Inuit community in Northern Canada, is trying her best to help the struggling population of growler bears, a hybrid of polar and grizzly bears whose existence is threatened by rising seas and melting Arctic ice. Told in tandem, these parallel stories warn readers about the danger of climate change by showing the impact on humans and animals that is already taking its toll. Gorgeous illustrations celebrate the beauty and ferocity of nature as the story of human connection in the face of disaster strikes an ultimately hopeful note. (Graphic Novels)