The Times Literary Supplement: Ditch the glitter: Writing about climate change for children

by Lantana Publishing on December 11, 2020

Original article published September 13, 2019 by Imogen Russel Williams

You’re Snug With Me features on a list of children’s books about climate change, with the reviewer highlighting how the interconnection between the animals and their “icy yet comforting” habitat is deftly conveyed to young readers.

“The hypnotic, absorbing images, their geometric shapes evoking both bitter cold and the blaze of the winter sunlight, underscore the message of Soundar’s understated text – the fragility of the earth, especially the polar lands, and our entire dependence on it.”

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