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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Little Green Books Review & Giveaway~Ends September 13CLOSED



I was sent 3 books from Little Green Books to review!
1. My first Garden
2. Santa Claus is Green
3. The Adventures of the Plastic Bottle
As soon as we got the books, my daughter opened them immediately, and she loves them!
My Little Garden, is of course about Planting your own garden! A mother and daughterm , dig up soil, plant a flower bed, and water the seeds to make their very first garden. Together they watch the colorful vegetables grow, grow, grow! This book teaches a first concept of colors as well. The book has a handle die-cut through on every page so kids can take the book with them wherever they go!

Santa Claus Is Green is the second book I reviewed! It is my daughter's favorite, because it comes with stickers! Santa Claus is dreaming of a green Christmas! In the spirit of Christmas giving, Santa shows boys and girls that they can give to others while giving back to the Earth -- and have fun while they're doing it! Simple things like riding bicycles to store rather than taking a car, turning the tree lights off during the day and before bed, taking the tree to the community mulching center, using discarded newspapers for gift wrap and making decorations and presents for one another rather than buying new ones are all ways that kids can help Santa celebrate a green Christmas!

I reviewed "The Adventures Of The Plastic Bottle" last! Told from the point of view of a free-spirited plastic bottle, kids can share in the daily experiences and inner thoughts of the bottle through his personal journal. The diary entries will be fun and humorous yet point out the ecological significance behind each product and the resources used to make it. Readers will never look at a plastic bottle the same way again!

Little Green Books has offered to give one of my readers thier very own set of the 3 books I reviewed!
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