Publisher description for True green kids : 100 things you can do to save the planet / Kim McKay and Jenny Bonnin.
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True Green Kids is the one book every home should have for the next generation. This vital children’s title is an innovative collection of fun and practical ways to help kids become agents for environmental change in their world.
With fresh, new strategies and a bright, friendly design, True Green Kids invites the whole family to embark on an eco-adventure through a series of fun ideas that can be applied everywhere from the living room to the local park. Underscoring its message of individual awareness and action with beautiful color illustrations and lively text, the book puts an energetic spin on conservation, making environmental stewardship exciting and empowering for young kids. With a foreword by Clean Up the World Ambassador and National Geographic Emerging Explorer David de Rothschild, this volume brings the core message that you can make a difference to a younger audience in an engaging, educational way. While primarily aimed at kids, the book also encourages the active involvement of parents, teachers, and other members of the community, making it a vital addition to every library, home, and classroom.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Environmental responsibility -- Juvenile literature.
Conservation of natural resources -- Juvenile literature.
Environmentalism -- Juvenile literature.
Consumption (Economics) -- Environmental aspects -- Juvenile literature.
Conservation of natural resources.
Consumption (Economics) -- Environmental aspects.