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Forthcoming Climate Fiction

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Do you want to find great climate fiction books before they’re published so that you can preorder them and read them as soon as they’re available? You’ve come to the right place!

This page lists works of climate fiction that are scheduled to be released in 2024.

If you’re looking for forthcoming nonfiction or poetry, check out our Forthcoming Climate Nonfiction and Forthcoming Climate Poetry reading lists.

If you’ve heard of a forthcoming climate fiction book but don’t see it here, you may also want to check out our Best Climate Fiction of 2023 reading list in case it’s already been published.

Do you know of any good forthcoming climate fiction titles that aren’t listed anywhere on this site yet? Please let us know. If they meet our book inclusion criteria, we’ll be happy to add them.

Book Inclusion Criteria

We selected books for this list based on the following criteria: accuracy, significance, engagement, and popularity. For more information on our book inclusion criteria, please visit our About page.

Do you know of a book that should be on this list? Let us know!

Forthcoming Climate Fiction for 2024

Praiseworthy

Praiseworthy by Alexis Wright
February 6, 2024

This hopeful picture book–written in the style of a letter–gives kids an honest take on climate change and urges them to band together to help the planet.

The world is a big, beautiful place full of natural wonders–everything from bees to rainfall can seem magical.

The world is also changing. Climate change has already had a devastating effect on the planet.

But it’s not too late! If we work together and show a little more care, both for the environment and each other, we can keep this world beautiful.

This moving debut from climate activist Mary Annaïse Heglar is perfect for budding environmentalists and anyone in need of a little hope for the future of our planet.

The World Is Ours To Cherish

The World Is Ours to Cherish: A Letter to a Child by Mary Annaïse Heglar (Author) and Vivian Mineker (Illustrator)
February 27, 2024

This hopeful picture book–written in the style of a letter–gives kids an honest take on climate change and urges them to band together to help the planet.

The world is a big, beautiful place full of natural wonders–everything from bees to rainfall can seem magical.

The world is also changing. Climate change has already had a devastating effect on the planet.

But it’s not too late! If we work together and show a little more care, both for the environment and each other, we can keep this world beautiful.

This moving debut from climate activist Mary Annaïse Heglar is perfect for budding environmentalists and anyone in need of a little hope for the future of our planet.

Troubled Waters

Troubled Waters by Mary Annaïse Heglar
May 7, 2024

In this intimate portrait of two generations, a granddaughter and a grandmother come to terms with what it means to be family, Black women, and alive in a world on fire.

The world is burning–and Corrine will do anything to put out the flames. After her brother died aboard an oil boat on the Mississippi River in 2013, Corrine awakened to the realities of climate change and its perpetrators. Now, a year later, she finds herself trapped in a lonely cycle of mourning both her brother and the very planet she stands on. She’s convinced that in order to save her future, she has to make sure that her brother’s life meant something. But in the act of honoring her brother’s spirit, she resurrects family ghosts she knows little about–ghosts her grandmother Cora knows intimately.

The world is burning–but it always has been. Cora’s ghosts have followed her from her days as a child integrating schools in 1950s Nashville to her new life as a mother, grandmother, and teacher in Mississippi. As a child of the Civil Rights movement, she’s done her best to keep those specters away from her granddaughter. She faced those demons, she reasons to herself, so that Corinne would never know they existed.

When Corrine’s plan to stage a dramatic act of resistance peels back the scabs of her family wounds and puts her safety in jeopardy, both grandmother and granddaughter must bring their unspoken secrets into the light to find a path to healing. Their world hangs in the balance as past and future meet in the present moment.

In heartfelt, lyrical prose, Mary Annaïse Heglar weaves an unforgettable story of the climate crisis, Black resistance, and the enduring power of family.


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