Donation of books to Ludlow Library

Ludlow 21 have donated a collection of eco-themed books, selected by members, to Ludlow Library. They include a wide selection of children’s and adult books, fact and fiction. As part of this project we have recorded video reviews of some of our choices. Look out for the collection when you next visit the library, and to see the reviews, follow Ludlow 21 on Facebook or see Ludlow Library’s Facebook or Twitter


We are really pleased to have been able to work with Ludlow Library on this project, which we hope will bring the message of ‘Local Initiatives for a Sustainable Future’ to a wider audience.

The full list of books in the collection:

  • The Overstory by Richard Powers
  • Drawdown, The most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming edited by Paul Hawken
  • The Way we Eat Now by Bee Wilson
  • Sustainable Energy without the Hot Air by David JC MacKay
  • Wilding by Isabella Tree
  • No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference by Greta Thunberg

Books for children / young adults:

  • The Biggest Footprint by Rob & Tom Sears
  • Love Our Earth by Jane Cabrera
  • Too Much Stuff by Emily Gravett
  • How to Change Everything, the young human’s guide to protecting the planet and each other by Naomi Klein

The first two video reviews are available here:
Di reviewing “No one is too small to make a difference” by Greta Thunberg:
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Chris reviewing “Sustainable energy- without the hot air” by David J C MacKay:
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