Ignite Kit: Sparking Conversation about the Threat of Humans

8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

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Can people live respectfully alongside wild animals? Explore the hazards that humans present to other species, from the dangers poaching and war to effects of climate change with these three books: Ivory, Horn, and Blood by Ronald Orenstein details the chilling crime and illegal trade that has decimated elephant and rhinoceros populations; Alex Dehgan’s The Snow Leopard Project looks at conservation efforts in post-war Afghanistan; and On Thin Ice by Richard Ellis discusses how glacial ice loss has caused the number of polar bears to shrink by half in just twenty years. You will find additional resources from hoopla® and an invitation to both a virtual and an outdoor discussion in your kit. Kit registration and pickup begins Monday, July 5.
Event Type(s): Adults, Book Club, Summer Reading
Age Group(s): Ages 19 & Up
Sarah Trover
(812) 232-1113 ext. 1401

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