Featured Review

Sandra Steingraber: Mother on a Loving Mission

June 15th, 2013

by Ned Haggard

“She is not a Sister Teresa, she is not a Joan Baez, she is a mother who sees a world where short-term thinking and profit obsession is robbing the world of its environmental stability and endangering the health of children, living and yet to be born.” Read the full article

Raising Elijah: Protecting Our Children in an Age of Environmental Crisis

April 4th, 2011

From Publishers Weekly: “Eco-biologist, cancer survivor, activist, mother of two, and author of books about environmental hazards and their effects (including Living Downstream and Having Faith), Steingraber applies her knowledge and philosophy to the challenge of raising children in our toxic, climate-threatened world.” Read the review

You Can’t Not Know

March 25th, 2011

by Lynne M. Hinkey

“We need to arm ourselves with knowledge and actively advocate for our children’s future to ensure they aren’t slowly poisoned because of our ignorance. Knowledge is power. Raising Elijah is an excellent starting point for parents who want to know so they can protect their children from the dangers around them.” Read the full review

Toxic Pricetags

March 1st, 2011

by Laura Orlando

“Not since 1962, when [Rachel] Carson courageously challenged the chemical industry in Silent Spring, has a scientist woven so much revelation and research together with such gorgeous and persuasive prose. Ms. Magazine reviews Raising Elijah (subscription). Link to issue Table of Contents