Publication Date: August 3, 2021
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Ages 4 to 8, Grades 3 And Under
Part of the award-winning series, What Does It Mean to Be Green? explores how children can help protect the Earth's precious resources. This new edition has all new artwork and features updated facts and backmatter!
A young boy and girl explore all the different ways they can be green over the course of a day. Drawing on two sides of your paper instead of just one. Walking to the park instead of getting a ride. Turning off the water while you brush your teeth. They discover lots of amazing facts (like how our food travels an average of 1,500 miles to be on our plate!) and realize there's so much they—and we—can do to help save our world!
"Rana DiOrio's whimsical book teaches kids What Does It Mean To Be Green (Hint: It doesn't mean ‘looking like a frog, or a pickle, or an alien.')? Kids will have fun learning to see how their everyday life makes a difference." —Parenting Magazine
"A great book! Great for kids, great for families, and great for this planet we call home. It empowers kids and lets them know that they are part of a greater movement toward love of ourselves, each other, and the planet." —Lisa Renstrom, Past President, Sierra Club
"Does a great job inspiring healthy, sustainable habits that kids can take with them through life to build a more sustainable world." —Damon Nagami, Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council
"As this book makes clear, you are never too young to love the planet Earth and all she provides. Doing these little things can lead to the big changes we need to make." —Karla Olson, Director of Patagonia Books
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