By Todd Parr
"I look after the earth simply because i do know i will be able to do little issues on a daily basis to make an important difference..."
With his signature combination of playfulness and sensitiviy, Todd Parr explores the real, well timed topic of environmental defense and conservation during this green photo booklet. Featuing a round die-cut Earth at the disguise, and published completely with recycled fabrics and unhazardous soy inks, this booklet contains plenty of effortless, clever principles on how we will all interact to make the Earth think strong - from planting a tree and utilizing each side of the paper, to saving power and reusing outdated issues in new ways.
Best of all, the ebook comprises an inside gatefold with a poster with tips/reminders on how youngsters can "go eco-friendly" daily. both whimsical and heartfelt, this candy homage to our appealing planet is certain to encourage readers of every age to do their half in retaining the Earth chuffed and fit.
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