Discover how YOU can ditch plastic, reduce rubbish and become an
eco-warrior, not an eco-worrier, with 50 practical tips to really make a
Our planet is in peril and it needs your help! But the good news is that there are loads of easy ways that you can make a difference. From throwing a planet party and ditching straws, to banning glitter and becoming an art-activist, helping to save the planet is not as difficult as you think.
Covering issues like plastics, pollution, global warming and endangered animals, this book is full of top tips for kids and families. Discover how to ditch the plastic, reduce your rubbish and start making everyday steps that will make all the difference.
It's time to take control of your future and help clear the world of all this rubbish!
Isabel Thomas studied Human Sciences at the University of Oxford. She is a science writer and children's author who has been shortlisted for the Royal Society Young People's Book Prize, the ASE Science Book of the Year, and the Blue Peter Book Awards. Isabel also writes for children's science magazines Whizz Pop Bang and The Week Junior Science + Nature, and for science outreach projects. She is a primary school governor and parent of three young sons.
This brand new book is what we've been waiting for- the children's equivalent of No. More. Plastic. by Martin Dorey...A must have on every kids book shelf.
The Bookish Mummy
Of course, we all have a responsibility to protect our planet, but it's especially important to educate and inform today's young generation, and this book is packed with ideas that will encourage them to think about doing their bit to help save our planet - every little thing counts. An excellent book, and a superb way to stimulate discussion and caring.
Parents in Touch
This book should be read by everyone... an excellent resource for anyone who may be thinking of setting up an eco-club - Books for Topics
At a time when everything is doom and gloom about our planet, this refreshing approach to how children can help is an important addition to the bookshelf.
University of Leicester English Association - Paul Baker, Chartered Geographer, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society