Can you believe that forty years has passed since the first Earth Day? Celebrate on April 22nd by reading a few special stories from GUWB.
10 Things I Can Do to Help My World by Melanie Walsh is a great way to approach Earth Day with young children. Read about ten simple things we can all do to help the world we live in, fun and easy eco-tips printed on 100% recycled material.
Recycle by Gail Gibbons is a great introduction to recycling with your child. The illustrations show what happens with trash from the time it is picked up at your house and through the entire recycling process. The comic-style format connects with readers young and old alike.
Also, if you happen to be in Washington, D.C., consider joining the climate rally on Sunday, April 25th. Check out www.earthday.org for more specific information!
Share with us how you and your family plan on celebrating Earth Day this year. And don't forget that every day is Earth Day!
Take care of yourselves AND the Earth!
The GUWB Team
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