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Simple Steps Toward a Healthier Earth

By Molly Smith,Illustrated by Tad Carpenter

8-1/2 x 11 in; 80 pp;
2 sticker sheets, 1-color throughout, all ages
Paperback
February 2010
ISBN 9780811871419
ISBN10 081187141X

SKU# 9780811871419

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It's easyand funto be green! Printed on 100% recycled materials and developed in partnership with the Natural Resources Defense Council, this one-of-a-kind activity book encourages kids to reduce waste and make their homes, schools, and neighborhoods mo...
Simple Steps Toward a Healthier Earth


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Simple Steps Toward a Healthier Earth

It's easyand funto be green! Printed on 100% recycled materials and developed in partnership with the Natural Resources Defense Council, this one-of-a-kind activity book encourages kids to reduce waste and make their homes, schools, and neighborhoods more environmentally friendly. It's packed with plenty of in-book and out-of-book activities and 2 pages of stickers. Kids will have a blast while they develop an understanding of local and worldwide environmental challenges.

 

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8-1/2 x 11 in; 80 pp;
2 sticker sheets, 1-color throughout, all ages
Paperback
February 2010
ISBN 9780811871419
ISBN10 081187141X
The Natural Resources Defense Council is a national nonprofit organization of scientists, lawyers, and environmentalspecialists dedicated to protecting public health and the environment. Founded in 1970, NRDC has 1.2 million members and online activists from all over the world.

Molly Smith is an editor and writer of children's nonfiction, activity books, and games. She has also worked on several series of books for young-adult readers. She lives in Connecticut.

Tad Carpenter is an illustrator and designer living in Kansas City, Missouri.



Download activities from the bookVisit the NRDC series website