This is an environmental book with a quiz--How green is your family? It includes stories about families who live green by recycling, reducing, and reusing. There are also stories about kids who have started their own environmental organizations at an early age, and tips as simple as putting on a sweater, rather than turning up the heat.
Jill Ammon Vanderwood is excited to introduce you to some very special families who live green and kids who really make a difference for the environment. In this children’s book, kids as young as four up to seventeen are making green choices every day–and so can you.
In What’s It Like, Living Green? Kids Teaching Kids, by the Way they Live, you’ll learn how other kids live green, along with tips as simple as putting on a sweater rather than turning up the heat. You’ll see how kids like you can make a difference.
Read about a teenage girl who learned to drive with a car fueled by used cooking grease. Learn about a boy who raised funds to build his first well to provide clean water for a whole village when he was only seven years old.
You will learn simple ways to help the environment, help others, and even earn some money.
What People are Saying
I definitely would recommend this book for anyone who is wanting to learn about going green and what they can do to help be a part of keeping this Earth clean. We only have one Earth it’s not like we can move to the moon when we fill the Earth up. This book has opened my eyes that I can be doing a whole lot more to recycle, reuse and conserve what I have.
If you and your family wish to live greener lives, then What’s It Like, Living Green?: Kids Teaching Kids, by the Way They Live by Jill Ammon Vanderwood is a good book to which to turn for inspiration. Written by kids for kids, the book provides short stories from children who live greener lives. From recycling more to buying more sustainable products, the book offers great tips for everyone anywhere on the environmental continuum. If you want to green your life, then I recommend checking out a copy of What’s It Like, Living Green?
All ages listed are at time of book being published in 2009.
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