The good reviews of DSYC keep coming: Andrew Montford (author of The Hockey Stick Illusion), Anthony Watts, Tallbloke, Tom Nelson, and now John Shade, posting at Climate Lessons:
This is a beautiful book in many ways. First of all, in terms of attracting the attention of whoever may pick it up, it is beautifully laid out, typeset, and illustrated. You might well buy the Kindle version, but I’ll bet you’ll soon come to wish you had something more tangible for the coffee table. Second, it is extremely well written. Friendly, fluent, flowing prose, and although dealing with very contentious issues, civil and coherent throughout.
Allow me to say here that Kindle people rule; they’ve been keeping DSYC at or near the top of Weather, Rivers, and Environmental Science lists ever since the Kindle version came out. That said, I still have a soft spot for paper. I’m a Kindle reader and a hard-copy reader, and probably always will be. I don’t mind if readers buy both versions of the book, of course
Climate Lessons was created to fight the good climate fight in classrooms, where much terrorizing of children has been taking place for more than a generation now. I’m very grateful for the recognition that DSYC is intended to fight such terror, with children and adolescents very much in mind.