The following eco-fiction books are those I've either read and enjoyed or they have come highly rated by people whose opinion I value. (Or I wrote them myself.)

My definition of eco-fiction is any story about connection to nature through either human or non-human eyes, the way Earth's climate is changing, and how various lifeforms cope with the changes, past present and future.

MG = Middle Grade

G = General

Eco-Fiction About Australia

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Melody Finch 

MG

Ian Boyd & Gary Luck

2020

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The Dog Runner

Bren MacDibble

2019

MG

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How to Bee

MG

Bren MacDibble

2017

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Ghost Species

G

James Bradley

2020

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Clade

G

James Bradley

2015

This one in is on my TBR list

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Storm Boy

MG

Colin Thiele

1964

Eco-Fiction About Other Countries

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Watership Down

MG

Richard Adams

1972

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Hatchet

MG

Gary Paulsen

2006

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The Last Wild

MG

Piers Torday

2013

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The Dark Wild

MG

Piers Torday

2014

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The Wild Beyond

MG

Piers Torday

2015

This one in is on my TBR list

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Pax

MG

Sara Pennypacker

2016

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The Last Bear

MG

Hannah Gold

2021

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Island of the Blue Dolphins

MG

Scott O'Dell

1971

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The day of the Triffids

G

John Wyndham

1951

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The Call of the Wild

MG

John Wyndham

1903

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White Fang

MG

John Wyndham

1906

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The Garbage King

MG

Elizabeth Laird

2003