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Earth Day Every Day

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Trina, a self-proclaimed big mouth, uses her ability to ask everyone to help the earth by cleaning up the air, recycling, and saving energy. She forms an Earth Day club, has an Earth Day trade with family and friends, and invites the reader to help make every day Earth Day.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Millbrook Press (first published July 1st 2011)
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As far as a children's book goes i believe it really got the point of help the environment to the reader.
With the drawing pictures and how short the reading pages are i think that this would be most eligible for kids age 5-7. After that I don't really think it would be able to hold anyone's attention throughout the entire book let alone the extensive earth saving tips in the back. The illustrations themselves though were actually quite well thought out and they matched what you read on each page
Sue Morris
Trina is worried about the Earth. She knows that the Earth inhabitants, we Earthlings, do not care for our home as well as we should. We hurt the Earth by throwing away too much, making the air dirty, and wasting power. Trina thinks we Earthlings should do what her mother says, “Clean up your own messes.”

Trina has many ideas to help the Earth, not only on Earth day, but also on every day of the year. Trina traded an old puzzle for a used soccer ball on “Earth Trade Day.” During “Earth Nights,”
I can see many teachers and parents using this book to educate their children about Earth Day. With great child-like, bright illustrations and simple wording, this book is fun and informative.

EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY is a great, easy to understand picture book that happens to be non-fiction. Making it more fun, it has a "worm activiy" in the back for kids and parents. This would be a great first composting project, especially for those kids who like slimy things.

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Melinda Garman
This book is a great way to introduce Earth Day, or a unit on pollution and recycling. Teaches all about littering and the concepts of reduce, reuse,recycle. Would be good to read to Kindergarten-3rd grade.
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Lisa Bullard is the award-winning author of more than sixty books for children, including the middle grade mystery Turn Left at the Cow. She is also the author of the how-to guide Get Started in Writing for Children. Her books for younger readers include picture books and nonfiction titles such as Trick-or-Treat on Milton Street and You Can Write a Story: A Story-Writing Recipe for Kids. Her books ...more
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