Narrator Christina Delaine re-creates an idyllic summer night in editor Amy Brady's life, with crickets and real darkness in Kansas, to introduce these essays about our changing climate. Delaine later recalls Emily Raboteau's grandmother in a way that could bring a smile to listeners' faces as she narrates "How Do You Live With Displacement?"--an essay that compares the Covid pandemic to climate change. Soneela Nankani's announcements of carbon dioxide levels mark passing years as she narrates the essay titled "Leap." Angela Juarez delivers a Mississippi accent to narrate Mary Annaise Heglar's "After the Storm," recalling how as a college student Heglar returned home to find herself in the midst of Hurricane Katrina. Hannah Choi's questioning voice delivers Tracy O'Neil's thoughts about a family's escape plan for climate change in "Mobbing Call." J.A.S. © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2023]
Trade Ed. Tantor Media 2022
DD ISBN 9798765038383 $19.99
Library Ed. Tantor Media 2022
DD ISBN 9798765038390 $47.95
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