Recycle!: A Handbook for Kids
Little Brown & Company, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Vivid, step-by-step illustrations and a fact-filled text follow five different types of garbage--aluminum, paper, glass, plastic, and polystyrene--and show how these discarded items can be recycled and converted into new products.
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Review: Recycle!: A Handbook for KidsUser Review - Meghan - Goodreads
Provides information on garbage, how to reduce the garbage produced, and how to save energy by recycling. This book contains a lot of good information, especially for children. The illustrations are ... Read full review
Review: Recycle!: A Handbook for KidsUser Review - Megan Brooks - Goodreads
Gail Gibbon teaches children about recycling. This book can be incorporated into a science center about recycling. Read full review