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 - Megan Brooks - Goodreads
Gail Gibbon teaches children about recycling. This book can be incorporated into a science center about recycling. Read full review
Review: Recycle!: A Handbook for KidsUser Review - Literacy Group - Goodreads
This book answers the question: where does trash go? It explains that there is so much garbage that we're running out of places to put it, which is why we should recycle to reduce landfills. Next it ... Read full review