Teaching children to take care of the environment is essential. These 3 books will help you in that task
Learning to take care of the environment from a young age is fundamental for us to be aware of the situation of the planet and the resources we consume. However, we do not always know how to explain to children the different problems we face and how to approach them in an easy and fun way.
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That's why, in LatinAmerican Post, we bring you 3 books that will help you explain your children to take care of the environment and respect it from a young age.
1. The Everything Kids' Environment Book
This book, written by Sheri Amsel, teaches children how to help save the environment by doing simple actions at school and home. This text explains that every action we do has an impact on the planet, so we have to take smart decisions that take care of Earth. There are different topics on the book such as: “Test organic food against foods grown with chemicals, Re-create deforestation with the soil from timbered tres, Find new uses for recycled grocery bags, Create your own greenhouse", among others.
This book is available on Amazon and costs $ 14.98 dollars.
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2. I am Jane Goodall
Brad Meltzer wrote this book and it tells the story of Jane, a chimpanzee scientist. According to Penguin Random House, “we can all be heroes. That’s the inspiring message of this New York Times bestselling picture book biography series from historian and author Brad Meltzer”. This book is ideal for children at any age because the story is told through picures, making the reading much more fun.
This book is also available on Amazon and has a price of $ 10.95 dollars.
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3. The Water Princess
The authors of this book are Susan Verde and Georgie Badiel. The book is based on the true story of Badiel, a supermodel, who as a young girl dreamt to bring clean water to her African village. According to the book synopsis, Badiel and her childhood friends had to walk several miles each day to obtain clear and clean water.
The story focuses on Princess Gie Gie and her kingdom, which is beautiful but has scarce water. So, she has to carry a pot every day to collect water. The Princess dreams with the day in which her village will have clean water of its own.
You can find the book in Amazon, it costs $ 15 dollars.
LatinAmerican Post | Marcela Peñaloza
Translated from “Diviértete con tu hijo leyéndole estos 3 libros”
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