The Good Green Footprint: Crafts to Help Save the Planet by Christina Goodings
  

The Good Green Footprint: Crafts to Help Save the Planet

Written by Christina Goodings

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You and your children can make your everyday world good and green with this fantastic craft book. Using natural, leftover and recyclable materials, give your creative talents an eco-makeover. A great way to instil upon young children the fragility of planet Earth and the importance of having a good green footprint.

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Synopsis

The Good Green Footprint: Crafts to Help Save the Planet by Christina Goodings

Playing on the well-known phrase 'carbon footprint', this make-and-do book includes a range of crafts on the green theme. Photo and illustrated step-by-step guides show children how to make all sorts of simple things that link in with the reduce, reuse, recycle concept. For example, scrap material can be transformed into a shopping bag - reducing the need for throwaway bags. An old shirt becomes a peg bag for hanging clothes on the line to dry instead of using a dryer; and unused portions of used paper become papier mache pals and greetings cards.

About the Author

Christina Goodings knows how to keep young children interested and occupied. She draws on her experiences as a primary school teacher, a Sunday school teacher and a storyteller in her writing of books for children. These include The Whizzy Bizzy Christmas Fun Book, Growing Green and My Little Bible Board Book.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback

Author

Christina Goodings
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Publisher

Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

19th February 2010

ISBN

9780745961804

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