#2GreatBookstoReadToday on How Kids Can Play a Role in #Sustainability

Title: Go Green!

Author: Asthildur Jonsdottir, Gunndis Finnbogadottir, Ellen Gunnarsdottir

Date of Publication: 2014

Go Green, a brand of Disney books, encourages families to lead a sustainable lifestyle and provides an opportunity for families to bond and spend time together. It is an all-around guide for families to take steps towards transforming their lives to live a healthier, greener, and a more sustainable lifestyle.

With 3 focal points, the publication seeks to draw in all ages regardless of their knowledge of the concept of sustainability; in a fun way. All through the book are tips and fun facts connected to sustainability putting the concept into perspective for children and families, showing easy and fun steps to take in the green direction.

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Title: The Green Parent: A Kid-Friendly Guide to Earth-Friendly Living

Author: Jenn Savedge

Date of Publication: 2008

From how to save energy to how to reuse and recycle everything, this book offers parents hints for things they can do for and with their children to lead more environmentally friendly lives. This book also contains relevant tips that can help parents raise more environmentally conscious children. Through a series of fun activities—how to start a “light patrol,” make a waste-free school lunch, and build a green bird house—parents and kids will learn ways to make the biggest impact, save the most money, and discover how making even the smallest of changes can make a big difference.

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