Written by Kathryn Lamb
Part of the Eco-Worriers Series
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The Lovereading4Kids comment
Age 7+. A terrific story that ‘green enthusiasts’ or someone just wanting a really good story will devour in one. Lola and Evie are concerned about the state of the planet and determined to get their school to go green. So they set up a talent show for ‘TreeAid,’ but nothing is as straightforward as they first plan. If you liked this be sure to also check out Penguin Probelms.
Tree Trouble by Kathryn Lamb
In their efforts to raise awareness at their hugley wasteful school, Eco-worriers Evie and Loa decide to raise money for reforestation in Africa by putting on a talent show.
'...will be a very popular read for young teenagers who will understand and sympathise...and find much to giggle over.'
About the Author
Interest Age: From 9
More books by Kathryn Lamb
Piccadilly Press Ltd
25th January 2008
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