Topic: Urban Environments

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by Ryan Coogler

“Wakanda is strong enough to help others and help ourselves.”

by Jacqueline Briggs Martin

“Will believed everyone, everywhere, had a right to good food. But how could Will farm in the middle of pavement and parking lots?”

by Megan Wagner Lloyd

“It pushes through cracks and crannies and steals back forgotten places.”

by Bart Davis, Julian Lennon

“On our beautiful planet, some places need healing. Would you like to go on a healing adventure?”

by Bren MacDibble

“But how can Peony leave her beloved sister, grandfather, best friend Applejoy, and the orchard behind? And just for money? Don’t Ma know what’s important anyway?”

by Mélina Mangal

“The magic of nature was all around them—right there in the middle of the city.”

by Barry Timms

“Love grows everywhere… / from country farm to city square. / From desert village, hot and dry, / to mountain home where eagles fly.”

by Douglas W. Tallamy, Sarah L. Thomson

“We just have to change the way we think about plants.”

by Jason Chin

“Coast redwoods need a lot of water to grow as tall as they do, and the area in Northern California where they live is perfect – it’s a rain forest.”

by Danna Smith

“A rooftop garden is what we need / Friends and family all agree. / A garden starts with hardy seeds. / A rooftop garden is what we need.”

by Jane Lister Reis, Margie Lister Muenzer

“Everyone needs to help make our planet healthy again. The animals are counting on us!”

by Peter Brown

“The garden had always wanted to explore the rest of the city, and that spring it was finally ready to make its move”

by Lauren Stringer

“The Dark was tired of hiding. Nightlights, streetlights, flashlights, and table lamps — all pushed the Dark away. Everyone was afraid of the dark. Everyone wished the Dark would leave.”

by Joan He

“People wanted the quickest, easiest solutions. To solve their most immediate problems, they could steal from any future other than their own.”

by Cindy Pon

“[I]n the end, the truth was a harsh and ugly one: in order to change the status quo, we had to be destructive. Seize control of the narrative. Redirect the plot”