Facts, Not Fear: A Parent's Guide to Teaching Children about the Environment

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Regnery Pub., 1996 - Family & Relationships - 300 pages
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Respecting God's creation should be important to everyone. So teaching children early on to protect the earth and its environment is extremely important. But sorting through the propaganda seen in newspaper headlines, and even in textbooks and classrooms, regarding environmental extremism isn't easy. Facts Not Fear provides parents and teachers with accurate, easy to understand information to counter the exaggerations, myths and lies concerning the environment and addresses children's concerns about maintaining a healthy planet.

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Contents

A Letter to Parents
1
Trendy Schools
13
Last Chance To Save the Planet
25
Copyright

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Jane Shaw is chaplain and dean of divinity at New College Oxford.

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