It's Easy Being Green: One Student's Guide to Serving God and Saving the Planet

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Zondervan, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 186 pages
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YouĂve probably heard the story of the garden of Eden┘the paradise that God created for humans to live in. There was plenty of room for everyone, there were trees and flowers and plenty of food. When you look out your window today you donĂt see the paradise God intended for us. This world is crowded, polluted, and headed for trouble.But itĂs not hopeless. Emma Sleeth is only sixteen, and sheĂs working hard to save our planet. She believes that weĂre called by God to protect the resources that he gave us, and she wants to help you learn how to live a sustainable lifestyle. SheĂs speaking out to her generation in the hopes that you will be the ones who can end global warming and restore our world to the paradise that God desires for us.In It's Easy Being Green youĂll learn how to honor God in the choices you make and youĂll begin to understand the impact those choices have on the environment. Emma will help you see how you can make a difference at school, around the house, and all over the world as you make choices about everything from transportation to food to clothes.Imagine the kind of paradise you can help to create for the next generation┘for your future children! Join Emma on the quest to serve God by saving the planet.

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Review: It's Easy Being Green: One Student's Guide to Serving God and Saving the Planet

User Review  - Christy Lindsay - Christianbook.com

Emma Sleeth's book has dozens of practical ideas that you can put to use right away. I've already turned my refrigerator and freezer temperatures up, unplugged all unnecessary appliances, and started ... Read full review

Review: It's Easy Being Green: One Student's Guide to Serving God and Saving the Planet

User Review  - Carol Miller - Christianbook.com

This thoroughly delightful book for young people will encourage anyone who reads it to take steps in the direction of caring for the environment.Well organized, easy to read and packed with ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Emma Sleeth was fifteen years old when she wrote It's Easy Being Green. Now twenty-one, Emma writes and speaks about creation care around the country. She recently graduated from Asbury University and currently resides in Lexington, KY.

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