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The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change will be a fun and accessible guide to global warming science and policy.
The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change will be a fun and accessible guide to global warming science and policy.
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Cartoon Climate Change: Book release and thank-you video!

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Hello Kickstarter supporters: The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change is now available (!) at your local bookstore, or via Amazon.com or B&N. (And of course everyone who contributed $20 or more should have gotten a book either from me or from Island Press, so if there are any problems on that front please let me know.) I encourage you to post reviews on Amazon and B&N and elsewhere, e.g., on GoodReads... and most importantly a million thanks to all of you for supporting this project! Below is a little thank-you video, and if you're confused by the reference to Grady's son Liam then go back and check out our original Kickstarter pitch :)

On my website you can find excerpts, reviews, and information for teachers, plus detailed page notes. If you're looking for PowerPoint slides or are interested in foreign translation rights, please email cartoon@islandpress.org, and if I can help in any way I'm at yoram@standupeconomist.com.

PS. This may be my last Kickstarter update, so if you want to stay in touch please sign up for my quarterly comedy email list at standupeconomist.com (or email me).

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 Thanks again, and enjoy the book! (And by the way the "book" in the video is actually just a 16-page promotional excerpt, so that's why it's so thin. The finished book was at the printers when we filmed the video.)

Regards,

Yoram and Grady

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      Tennant Reed
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      on June 25, 2014

      Got my book in the post a couple of days ago - delighted! Well done.