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Evan T. Little

Monday, February 2, 2009

Cool, New, "Eco-Friendly" Childrens Book

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6 comments:

The Baffler said...

This book has been great at our house! The kids love the Earth Bugs and Energy Spikes are no more...translation: no more lights left on, no more TV on when no one's watching it, etc.

It's an action-packed Eco-adventure that is sure to please both kids and adults and the Eco-glossary in the back stimulates real, Green conversation wit the kids - thanks for highlighting this Evan!

La Mama Naturale' said...

I love this book. My son is only 22months old but I can tell the illustrations capture his eyes. He'll really enjoy later when he can understand all of it. I highly recommend this book and like The Baffler I believe it will stimulate Green conversation. Thanks for visiting my site. ;)

Jackie Perez said...

It is great to see that there are books out there for kids! Its never to early to teach them how to be eco friendly!

Thanks for sharing this!

Anonymous said...

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Ulanda said...

Great book to introduce kis to the importance of conservation and protecting the environment. Another eco-friendly children's book publisher that I am proud to support is Barefoot Books. They carry eco- and culturally diverse selections, beautiful illustrations, and printed on eco-friendly materials.

Bill Fletcher said...

Another good book for creating an awareness for ecology in your children is "Baby Lauren and Theodore" by Orange County's own Deborah Sherrell. You can check it out here.

http://www.babylaurenandtheodore.com/