Have you seen Little Green Books? They are a line of books about environmental issues and living green by Simon and Schuster. Little Green Books are made from recycled materials and printed on vegetable and soy based inks.
This is a cute little lift the flap book about recycling and re-use. My girls, now 3 and 5, still love lift the flap books. And they also loved them as babies, and chewing these books seems much better than the glossy types of other board books. After reading this book, my older daughter looked at me after brushing her teeth and said, "when that is too old we can use it to brush our stuffed animals' teeth!" and I thought, this is really sinking in.
This is a book for children a little older than mine, but we enjoy looking at it and reading particular pages. In it is loads of information about global warming, animal awareness, recycling and reuse, landfills and trash, and activism. In between there are coloring pages, mazes and activities. This is a great book for the 8-11 year old set interested in the environment.
This adorable book shows how climate change affects a polar bear mama and cubs. The end is happy (thankfully!) and the book concludes with what children can do to fight climate change. The illustrations are sweet in this simple but effective book.
This lift the flap book features endangered animals on every page, with some habitat information. The last page inspires kids to help animals. Great illustrations and message!
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