UW–Madison alum Apps is co-author of new book urging creative thinking about environmental issues

Jerry Apps, who earned his doctorate in curriculum and instruction from UW–Madison’s School of Education in 1967, is the co-author of a new book that is titled, “Planting an Idea: Critical and Creative Thinking about Environmental Issues.” 

Apps, who wrote “Planting an Idea” with his daughter-in-law Natasha Kassulke, has won multiple writing awards including an Emmy Award. He is the author of several other books, including “Letters from Hillside Farm” and “Telling Your Story.”

According to Fulcrum publishing, “Planting an Idea” is part guidebook for better critical and creative thinking and part overview of the environmental challenges that face our planet today. It is designed to help readers young and old examine and develop opinions on a variety of environmental issues based on substance, creativity, and fact.

An essential read for anyone interested in protecting the environment, “Planting an Idea” will enable readers to unlock ways to navigate some of today’s most pressing and important challenges.

“Planting an Idea” will be released in April, and is now available for preorder.

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