Read Brave: Our Climate Crisis Community Partner Guide

We are proud to partner with more than 60 community partners in Saint Paul for Read Brave: Our Climate Crisis. Use this guide to support your participation in Read Brave this year. Do not hesitate to contact us at if you have any questions.

2020 Books & Resources

We are excited to offer The Marrow Thieves and Climate Justice as simultaneous use e-books (and an e-audiobook for The Marrow Thieves). Read the books using Libby, the library's free, easy-to-use app.

The Marrow Thieves

Climate Justice

The Digger and the Flower

If Polar Bears Disappeared

Bayou Magic

Print Materials

Download and print promotional flyers. Email the Read Brave team to request bookmarks.


We are excited to partner with Climate Generation to connect educators with resources to teach climate change. Check out our other free resources, opens a new window and curricula, opens a new window to teach climate change. There are many different lessons, activities, and units for any subject area. Climate Generation has developed curriculum, opens a new window that supports teaching climate change in the Humanities classrooms. Their Green Careers for a Changing Climate documentary, opens a new window is also a good resource for middle school teachers.

Join Climate Generation's #teachclimate network, opens a new window! This network brings educators together virtually every month to discuss climate fiction books, climate change education, and current events.

Climate Generation is available to visit your classroom, virtually present, and customize a workshop to meet your needs. Fill out the form here, opens a new window.


We want to hear your #ReadBrave story! Use the official hashtag when posting content on social media and we will share it on the library's social media channels. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.


Visit Saint Paul Public Library's YouTube channel for more Read Brave: Our Climate Crisis videos.

Watch an extended interview with Elona Street-Stewart.

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