Do you and your kids want to save the planet? Eat bugs! Seriously . . . bugs. Hear me out, because writing a book series about cricket chips opened my eyes.
Browsing: Earth Day
These five gardening books are the perfect companions for some gentle garden exploration. All are excellent examples that highlight the many wonders the garden can hold for the young.
Spring, summer, fall, or winter, these books embrace the seasons beautifully, highlighting the delights of our extraordinary weather and ecology here on Earth!
The Wondrous Workings of Planet Earth explains how our planet works—and how we can protect it—from its diverse ecosystems and their inhabitants, to the levels of ecology, the importance of biodiversity, the cycles of nature, and more.
Here’s an effervescently deep conversation between beloved children’s book author Stacy McAnulty and award-winning illustrator David Litchfield. They discuss their picture book Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years.
I just love that Earth Day is in spring! It makes perfect sense to capture everyone’s attention when they are ready to get back into the great outdoors after winter. Below you’ll discover just a couple of the books that have caught my attention because of their appreciation of gardens, plants, and even weeds.
From helping orangutans to protecting our oceans, these new books have got you covered for an Earth Day reading session.
When it comes to delivering a message of conserving resources for our future, child-centric stories are the perfect antidote. As gentle as a floating cloud overhead, these books give “green” power to the young people!
The following books, no matter how simple or complex, have been selected to motivate the earth-conscious spirit within all of us …
By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review Published: April 22, 2009 Get your green on with Graeme Base. Uno’s Garden…