Text: Boguś Janiszewski

Illustrations: Max Skorwider



152 pages


26 x 20,5 cm





The authors of the bestselling series WHAT GROWN-UPS NEVER TELL YOU (Because they often just don’t know) show that there are no too complicated topics for a young reader.



The latest book in the series deals with issues related to the climate crisis.

The story begins with an explanation of where life came from and what life needs to live. We learn where oxygen and carbon dioxide come from; what is the atmosphere, what is happening with it, and whether a man has always been so mixed up in nature.

The authors explain how energy is obtained (coal, oil) and the effects of increasing the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

We will read about new ideas for energy production and which ones are effective. We will also check what countries and international organizations are doing with the crisis, and what each of us can do.


Simple language, humor, and unique illustrations make seemingly difficult matters like politics, economy, intelligence, or universe perfectly understandable to everyone (aged 9 to 113).