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Good to be Green: Save and Mend

Written by Deborah Chancellor

Illustrated by Diane Ewen

Part of the Good to be Green Series

Good to be Green: Save and Mend Synopsis

Explore green issues through engaging stories with relatable characters who show children what they can do to help the planet. In this environmental education story, Molly wants to have a clear-out of her toys and finds out why it's not a good idea just to put them in the bin, and what she can do instead. The story is a great resource for helping children understand what happens to waste and how we can reduce, reuse and recycle. Good to be Green is a series of six environmental education books that help children aged 6+ explore green issues and find out what they can do to help the planet. Each book features the story of a child who is exploring their world and learning why it's important to think green. Alongside the stories are fact boxes with extra information and at the end of each story there are activity ideas, teaching notes and a quiz. Each story is accompanied by bright illustrations by Diane Ewen.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781526308955
Publication date: 2nd July 2020
Author: Deborah Chancellor
Illustrator: Diane Ewen
Publisher: Wayland an imprint of Hachette Children's Group
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 32 pages

About Deborah Chancellor

Q & A with the Author about her book The Perfect Rebel What made you want to write this book? Emily Davison, because she was an amazing woman who did everything she could to help give women more rights. Today, Emily’s story is almost forgotten ... but not quite. I wanted to write it down so more people could hear about it. Who is your role model? My daughter Imogen is my role model. She never lets her dyslexia stop her from trying her best, and being really cheerful about everything that she does. Which suffragette do you most ...

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