CRRL Kids: Celebrate Earth Day
Annotation:Earth-friendly crafting box -- Candle stub pincushion -- Ms. (or Mr.) -- Rubber ball head -- Royal family finger puppets -- Used dryer sheets flower sachet -- Magazine file -- Soda bottle mouse -- Playing cards photo frame -- Changing robot -- Finger friend -- Flip-flop bunny board -- Head and hat vase -- Plastic ID tag -- Pencils trivet -- Necktie bird puppet -- Cork penholder -- Newspaper log -- Foil fish race -- Cardboard tube art file -- Rubber band desk jar -- Peppers pal -- Puzzle piece turtle ring.
Annotation:When Mrs. Connor assigns a project to help her class celebrate Earth Day, Emma doesn't think she can make a difference. But with a little help from her father, Emma realizes there are lots of ways that she and her friends can keep the Earth healthy.
Annotation:"Plant a tree and walk to work--it's Earth Day! An annual celebration of awareness, Earth Day is designed to encourage people to take part in the preservation of their environment. Come inside Earth Day to learn the history of the event, the celebrations, and how you can get involved."
Annotation:Learning to respect the environment is no small task, especially if you want to celebrate Earth Day every day of the week! Luckily, Nancy is on hand to make sure Mom, Dad, and her little sister do their part in being green-even if she has to keep reminding them. Nancy knows that she's helping her family do something very important, but will she take her enthusiasm for the environment a step too far? A sweet story about learning to respect both the Earth and your family, this I Can Read includes a glossary of Fancy Nancy's Fancy Words in the back.
Annotation:Authoritative text coupled with spectacular photographs offer documentation of the role of naturally occurring fires--its benefits and its dangers--maintaining that fire plays an essential part in the natural balance of nature.
Annotation:"Little Critter is on a mission! After watching a film about climate changes at school, Little Critter decides to do his part to slow down global warming. With the help of his family and friends, Little Critter begins to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Together they learn about the importance of not wasting water or energy. Join Little Critter as he plants a tree, makes a climate control machine, and helps the polar bears.
Annotation:When Judy Moody gets serious about protecting the environment, her little brother Stink thinks she is overdoing it, but she manages to inspire her third grade class to undertake an award-winning, environment-saving project.
Annotation:Julie and her best friend, Ivy, find a baby owl in Golden Gate Park--and it needs help. At a wildlife rescue center, Julie meets Shasta and Sierra, two bald eagles that will be caged for life, unless money is raised to release them back into the wild. For Earth Day, Julie thinks of a unique way to tell the public of the eagles' plight. The "Looking Back" section explores the beginning of the environmental movement.
Annotation:Sam Gribley runs away from home to spend a winter in the mountains, where he makes his home in a hollow oak, trains a hawk to hunt, and decides whether to rejoin the his family and community. Also available as a print book.
Annotation:This book allows you to visit one of the most beautiful places on earth: the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, Canada. Through pictures and stories, Caitlyn Vernon teaches us how to protect the environment in the forest and in any part of the world
Annotation:These books will help you with your conservation efforts. You can also check the catalog under these headings: Ecology, Endangered species, Environmental protection, Pollution, Recycling, and Wildlife conservation. Ask a librarian for more suggestions.
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These books will help you with your conservation efforts. You can also check the catalog under these headings: Ecology, Endangered species, Environmental protection, Pollution, Recycling, and Wildlife conservation. Ask a librarian for more suggestions.
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