Green Stuff for Kids An A-Z Guide to What's Up with the Planet by Tanya Ha
  

Synopsis

Green Stuff for Kids An A-Z Guide to What's Up with the Planet by Tanya Ha

Green Stuff for Kids is a young readers' guide to what's up with the planet and what they can do to make a difference. Jam-packed with fun facts, eco-activities, information and green tips, this book covers a huge range of environmental issues and hot topics, including air pollution, biodegradability, climate change, e-waste, litter, natural disasters, recycling and water conservation. Find out the who, what, where, why and how of environmental science. Put into action the book's eco-tips, such as how to save energy and water, how to recycle properly and how to avoid buying products made from threatened species. Follow step-by-step guides on how to make a worm farm, make gardens wildlife friendly and grow food. Our beautiful but fragile planet really is a great place to live and well worth looking after. Green Stuff for Kids is all about exploring green issues and finding out what makes the planet tick.

Reviews

'Something fun, informative and challenging for green kids (and their parents) to sink their teeth into.'

'A friend once gave me some very good advice: Ignore opinions and stick to the facts. This book has some very interesting facts, which you can use to make your own opinions.'

About the Author

Tanya Ha is a television presenter, an environmentalist, and the author of the bestselling Greeniology series. She is a board member of Sustainability Victoria and a former employee of Planet Ark.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
256 pages

Author

Tanya Ha
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Publisher

Melbourne University Press

Publication date

1st August 2009

ISBN

9780522855395


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