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Rocket Says Clean Up!

Rocket Says Clean Up!

Illustrated by Dapo Adeola

Hardcover

$17.99
Rocket Says Clean Up!

About the Book

Plucky science-lover Rocket returns in another inspiring picture book about getting a community to notice the world around them, and, in this book, to CLEAN UP! their shoreline.

Rocket, is off to the islands to visit her grandparents. Her family loves nothing better than to beach comb and surf together...but the beach is clogged with trash! When she finds a turtle tangled in a net, Rocket decides that something must be done! Like a mini Greta Thunberg, our young activist's enthusiasm brings everyone together...to clean up the beach and prevent plastics from spoiling nature. Perfect for fans of Rocket Says Look Up! and Ada Twist, Scientist, this book is for any youngster concerned about our environment. Rocket Says Clean Up! will inspire readers of all ages to dream big and tackle problems head-on.

Product Details

On sale: September 1, 2020
Age: 3-7 years
Grade: Grades 6-8
Page count: 40 Pages
ISBN: 9780593118993
Reading level: Lexile: AD660L | Fountas/Pinnell: N

Author Bio

NATHAN BRYON is a British actor and writer who has written for BAFTA Award-winning children's TV shows and author of Rocket Says Look Up! He's a rising star in the world of screenwriting and has an animated series, Afro Kid, currently under option in England. He lives in London.

DAPO ADEOLA is the illustrator of Rocket Says Look Up! He creates characters and images that challenge assumptions about gender, race, and ethnicity in a fun and upbeat way. He runs illustration and character-design workshops in and out of schools, to help spotlight the possibility of a career in illustration for inner-city children. He lives in London.

Praise

"Rocket’s fans will enjoy this can-do kid’s return.” —Kirkus Reviews

“Ideal for science-inclined readers and budding environmentalists.” —School Library Journal