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10 Things I Can Do to Help My World

10 Things I Can Do to Help My World

Illustrated by Melanie Walsh

Paperback

$8.99
10 Things I Can Do to Help My World

About the Book

“This go-green manual gets kids in the can-do spirit with a hands-on approach.” — The Horn Book

Do you remember to turn off the tap while you brush your teeth? How about using both sides of the paper when writing and drawing? Bold, child-friendly illustrations and die-cut pages will draw even the youngest listeners to this gentle reminder of the easy, everyday ways we can be kinder to the earth.

Product Details

On sale: March 13, 2012
Age: 3-7 years
Grade: Preschool - 2
Page count: 40 Pages
ISBN: 9780763659196
Reading level: Fountas/Pinnell: K

Author Bio

Melanie Walsh is the author-illustrator of the board book BIG AND LITTLE as well as many other books for young children. She lives in Bath, England.

Praise

This go-green manual gets kids in the can-do spirit with a hands-on approach.
—Horn Book

A great introduction for young children on simple things that they can do to be better stewards for our planet.
—The Full Mommy blog

The youngest child might remember to turn off a light, turn off the tap, or put a
bottle in the recycling bin after reading this imaginative picture book with it's stunning illustrations.
—The Buffalo News

Vivid illustrations and unusual shape of the tabs, pages, and sentences makes this book an interesting choice. It would have been easy — and dull— to illustrate a list of 10 rules. This book goes way above and beyond that concept with engaging results.
—Florida Times­-Union

Kid friendly ways for children to understand environmental issues.
—Chicago Parent

A beautifully designed book aimed at the youngest conservationists.
—McClatchy Newspapers

Preschoolers will be delighted to learn how to help, and the illustrations will entice
them to have you read this to them again and again.
—Fort Worth Star Telegram