Books by Sandra Steingraber

Released: April 22, 2011

"An artful commingling of life with children, environmental mayhem and political-science primer. A great companion to Philip and Alice Shabecoff's Poisoned Profits (2008)."
Biologist and environmental-health writer Steingraber (Having Faith: An Ecologist's Journey to Motherhood, 2001, etc.) confronts the hormone-disrupting, brain-damaging toxins our children absorb from the playground to the kitchen floor, and everywhere in between. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 2001

"A convincing case that the increasing numbers of babies born with barriers to optimal development are a consequence of environmental insults. Should send parents and would-be parents to the barricades."
A terrifying tale of pregnancy and birth that sounds an alarm about the growing dangers of environmental toxins to parents and their babies. Read full book review >
Released: June 1, 1997

"It would be folly to ignore her. (Author tour)"
A graceful, precise delineation of the ugly marriage between synthetic chemicals in the environment and rising cancer rates, from poet/biologist Steingraber. Read full book review >