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Imaginary Borders
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez
Art: Ashley Lukashevsky

Visionary essay about climate change and the environmental movement by an Indigenous hip hop artist/environmental activist. Written by a 19-year old to his own generation, Imaginary Borders presents a vision of the change we need, with confidence in the leadership of young people.

“It won’t take you long to read this book, but it will linger in your heart and head for quite a while, and perhaps inspire you to join in the creative, blossoming movement to make this world work.” — Bill McKibben, environmentalist, New York Times bestselling author of The End Of Nature, journalist, and founder of 350.org

“An inspiring story that will change the way all of us think about the climate crisis – and how we can solve it.” — Van Jones, New York Times bestselling author of The Green Collar Economy and Rebuild the Dream, and co-founder of Dream Corps

“A hopeful, well-argued book on climate change written in a refreshing new voice.”– Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“Martinez presents a meaningful, heartfelt call to action with content that reflects current issues. Additionally, the book’s short length will appeal to reluctant readers. An essential purchase for any high school or public library.”– School Library Journal, starred review

Ages 12-18.

Paperback, 4x6, 64pp., 2020.