Sunday, October 11th
Professor of Environmental Science and Studies at DePaul University
Liam Heneghan reveals the environmental foundations of classic children's literature. In his forthcoming book, Heneghan explains how the often complex theme of our dependence upon and destruction of nature surfaces in stories written for children. Parents and teachers who are aware of these green themes can help young readers become more environmentally literate and better prepared for the environmental challenges of the coming decades.
Our Sunday morning programs run from 10:30 a.m. to noon, and are followed by a coffee hour. Admission is free and open to the public.
See our Programs page for more upcoming programs.
A very big Thank You! to everyone who contributed to our Computer Fund campaign. We met our goal, and will soon have a beautiful new iMac in the library for us to use!
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The Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago is a democratic fellowship and spiritual home for those who seek a rational, compassionate philosophy of life without regard to belief or nonbelief in a supreme being.
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