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Book Resources for Children

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We like and recommend these books for children to help them learn about conservation. The book lists are organized by grade level – Preschool & Kindergarten, Grades 1 – 3 and Grades 4 and older.

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One Child, One Planet: Inspiration for the Young Conservationist
By Bridget McGovern Llewellyn (2009)
For ages 3+
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10 Things I Can Do to Help My World
By Melanie Walsh (2008)
For ages 3+
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Recycle: A Handbook for Kids
By Gail Gibbons (1996)
For ages 3+
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The Three R’s: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle (What Do You Know About? Books)
By Nuria Roca (2007)
For ages 3+
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Charlie and Lola: We Are Extremely Very Good Recyclers (Charlie and Lola)
By Laren Child (2009)
For ages 3+
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Jimmy’s Gone Green
By Kathy Cane (2010)
For ages 4+
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All the Way to the Ocean
By Joel Harper (2006)
For ages 4+
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The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle: A Story About Recycling (Little Green)
By Alison Inches (2009)
For ages 4+
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Planet Earth Gets Well
By Madeline Kaplan (2008)
For ages 4+
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Help Your Parents Save the Planet: 50 Simple Ways to Go Green Now!
By PlayBac (2009)
For ages 5+
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The Greening Book
By Ellen Sabin (2008)
For ages 6+
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S is for Save the Planet: A How-To-Be Green Alphabet
By Brad Herzog (2009)
For ages 6+
Available in Kindle format
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Michael Recycle
By Ellie Bethel and Alexandra Colombo (2008)
For ages 6+
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Michael Recycle Meets Litterbug Doug
By Ellie Bethel and Alexandra Colombo (2009)
For ages 6+
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101 Ways You Can Help Save the Planet Before You’re 12!
By Joanne O’Sullivan (2009)
For ages 6+
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The New 50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth
By the Earthworks Group – Andrews McMeel Publishing (2009)
For ages 7+
Available in Kindle format
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Journey for the Planet: A Kid’s Five Week Adventure to Create an Earth-friendly Life
By David Gershon (2007)
For ages 7+
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31 Ways to Change the World
By We Are What We Do – Candlewick Press (2010)
For ages 8+
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You Can Save the Planet: 50 Ways You Can Make a Difference
By Jacquie Wines (2008)
For ages 8+
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Sullie Saves the Seas
By Goffinet McLaren (2011)
For ages 8+
Available in Kindle format
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What’s It Like, Living Green?: Kids Teaching Kids, by the Way They Live
By Jill Ammon Vanderwood (2009)
For ages 9+
Available in Kindle format
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365 Ways to Live Green for Kids: Saving the Environment at Home, School, or at Play — Every Day!
By Sheri Amsel (2009)
For ages 9+
Available in Kindle format
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Plastic, Ahoy!: Investigating the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
By Patricia Newman and Annie Crawley (2014)
For ages 10+
Available in Kindle format
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Tracking Trash: Flotsam, Jetsam, and the Science of Ocean Motion
By Loree Griffin Burns (2010)
For ages 10+
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True Green Kids: 100 Things You Can Do to Save the Planet
By Kim Mckay and Jenny Bonnin (2008)
For ages 10+
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What’s the Point of Being Green?
By Jacqui Bailey (2010)
For ages 11+
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Generation Green: The Ultimate Teen Guide to Living an Eco-Friendly Life
By Linda Sivertsen and Tosh Sivertsen (2008)
For ages 12+
Available in Kindle format
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The Green Teen: The Eco-Friendly Teen’s Guide to Saving the Planet
By Jenn Savedge (2009)
For ages 13+
Available in Kindle format
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The Green Book: The Everyday Guide to Saving the Planet One Simple Step at a Time
By Elizabeth Rogers and Thomas M. Kostigen (2007)
Available in Kindle format
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