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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Agent C2C: Positive for People and Planet is an action-packed and illustrated adventure which is climate and planet conscious from cover to cover. It is best suited to the young adult and adult reading audiences and was created by author team Ehrengard Hohbach, George Hohbach, and Scott Marcano with additional illustrations by Juan Romera. The storyline follows a world-saving mission to upcycle and reconnect with our planet’s needs, removing the concepts of toxic waste and greenhouse gas production. Following the Cradle to Cradle design concept that was co-founded by chemist Michael Braungart, readers will learn insightful new ways to save the world within this action-packed comedy adventure tale.
Author team Ehrengard Hohbach, George Hohbach, and Scott Marcano have a clear vision in mind for this immersive work, and for the right audience, it will deliver absolutely every detail and follow-up question that a young reader could possibly have about circular economy and C2C. I think it’s wonderful to engage young readers (and the not-so-young who want an accessible jumping-off point to understand the concepts) in such important concepts that directly affect their future on this planet, and the illustrations and diagrams also offer a lot of clarity for the concepts being explained. The narrative style in part one is fast-paced and interesting, with plenty of zippy dialogue to increase the tension and lots of action-packed, cinematically described scenes. Then, part two offers a strong background to the tale and lots of supplementary matter that would easily fit into the classroom and home-schooling settings for keen science fans to explore. Overall, I’d certainly recommend Agent C2C for YA readers as a great introduction to chemistry and eco-issues affecting our future.