Earth Matters

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Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 256 pages
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Discover all about our incredible world and how to look after it

A DK Made with Care book is created using the best ethical and environmental practices possible. Our back cover shows you how we have made this book differently and gives the book's environmental footprint. We have taken great care to source local printers, FSC paper (Forest Stewardship Council) and to use only non-hazardous vegetable inks. Plus we only use printers who look after their workers.

Introduce your child to our planet in all its glory with inspiring forward by eco adventurer David de Rothschild. From the deepest oceans to fiery deserts, tropical jungles to icy mountains, it lets you explore and get close to the places or biomes that make our world so special. Read it together and you ll find out how life on Earth began, and see the effect humankind has had on the natural world.

Amazing photographs taken from space show how the Earth is changing, and what each of us can do to help preserve its fragile wonder. From recycling our bottles to making space for nature, there are tips, ideas, and website links on all the practical, positive things your child can do to help ensure our Earth stays amazing for a very long time to come.

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User Review  - keatkin - LibraryThing

Highly visual format that will appeal to a variety of different learning styles. The text examines ecosystems and biomes around the world, and explains how climate change affects these different ... Read full review

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User Review  - annied1 - LibraryThing

Earth Matters would be a great when teaching about the earth and science. The pictures are realistic and beautiful. The information that this book provides is amazing, there is a little bit of info about nearly everything concerning the planet earth. Read full review

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