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A Child's Introduction to the Environment

A Child's Introduction to the Environment

The Air, Earth, and Sea Around Us -- Plus Experiments, Projects, and Activities YOU Can Do to Help Our Planet!

Explore the water, land, and air around us with this entertaining and informative look at our magnificent planet while learning about climate crusaders like Greta Thurnberg and how experiments, activities, and everyday actions can help save the environment.

This book looks at the wide variety of ecosystems and environmental regions of the Earth, from deserts and forests, to cities and farms, to oceans and ice caps, as well as the atmosphere, weather, energy sources, plants, and animals of each area. Michael Driscoll and professor of meteorology Dennis Driscoll explain the changes to our planet that are currently taking place, including rising temperatures and sea levels, and the effects they can have on our environment. They also profile young environmental activists like Greta Thunberg and Isra Hirsi, and highlight important, everyday actions such as water conversion and recycling that kids can do on their own or with their parents. Also included are fun projects and experiments to do at home like brewing sun tea, creating lightning, and making a smog detector.

Packed with facts, experiments, and a removable poster with tips on how to save the planet, this comprehensive guide will inspire kids and their families to think about our planet in new ways and help keep it beautiful and healthy for years to come.
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Genre: Children's Books / Juvenile Nonfiction / Science & Nature / Environmental Conservation & Protection

On Sale: March 16th 2021

Price: $19.99 / $24.99 (CAD)

Page Count: 96

ISBN-13: 9780762499489

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