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A Planet Full of Plastic and how you can help

Written by Neal Layton

Key Stage 1 Ecological and Environmental Interest - Non Fiction General Non-Fiction Reference Books

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Longlisted for the UKLA Book Awards 2021

Award-winning author-illustrator Neal Layton is here to explain where plastic comes from, why it doesn't biodegrade, and why that's dangerous for animals and humans alike. But he's also FULL of ideas for how you can help! From giving up straws in juice cartons to recycling all we can and taking part in a beach clean, A Planet Full of Plastic will get young readers excited about how they can make a difference to keep Planet Earth happy.

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A Planet Full of Plastic and how you can help Synopsis

Everything is made of stuff. Some things are made of paper, like this book. And some things are made of PLASTIC. If you look around you, plastic is everywhere. Even in places where it's not meant to be. If it drops to the ground, it doesn't rot away - it sticks around for ever. Our world is drowning in plastic, and it's a big problem.

This brilliant non-fiction picture book, illustrated in Neal's trademark collage style, is perfect for readers aged 4-7 who love nature and want to help the environment.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781526361769
Publication date: 19th September 2019
Author: Neal Layton
Publisher: Wren & Rook an imprint of Hachette Children's Group
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 32 pages
Year Groups: Key Stage 1
Topics: Ecological and Environmental, General Non-Fiction, Reference Books

About Neal Layton

Neal was born in Chichester in 1971. He wanted to be an astronomer, but then decided that he would become an artist instead. So in 1990 he took a Foundation course in Art and Design at Northbrook College of Art and Design, he then went on to do a BA in Graphic Design at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle. Neal graduated with special commendations for his course work and final project. In 1995 he studied for an Illustration MA at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, where he gained a Distinction. He has illustrated a number of books for ...

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