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Books For Kids: Recycling and Waste Disposal The Following Books are Available through the Palm Beach County Libraries

FICTION, AGES: 3-5 A Brand New Day with Mouse and Mole by Wong Herbert Yee Dougal the Garbage Dump Bear by Matt Dray The Dump Man's Treasure by Lynn Plourde The Great Trash Bash by Loreen Leedy I Stink! by Kate McMullan Meggie Moon by Elizabeth Baguley Recycle Every Day! By Nancy Wallace Smash! Mash! Crash! There Goes the Trash by Barbara Odanka Too Much Garbage by Fulvio Testa Trashy Town by Andrea Zimmerman

NON-FICTION, GRADES: K-5 Compost!: Growing Gardens from Your Garbage by Linda Glaser Earthwise: A Guide to the Care and Feeding of Your Planet by Linda Lowery Earth Day ­ Hooray! By Stuart J. Murphy Earth Friendly Crafts for Kids: 50 Awesome Things to Make with Recycled Stuff by Heather Smith Earth Kids by Jill Wheeler Earth's Garbage Crisis by Christiane Dorion Easy to Be Green: Simple Activities You Can Do to Save the Earth by Ellie O'Ryan, Little Green Books Ecology Crafts for Kids: 50 Great Ways to Make Friends with Planet Earth by Bobbe Needham

Eco-Art! Earth Friendly Art & Craft Experiences for 3 to 9 Year Olds by Laurie Carlson Everyday is Earth Day: A Craft Book by Kathy Ross Garbage Collectors by Paulette Bourgeois *How on Earth Do We Recycle Glass? By Joanna Rott *How on Earth Do We Recycle Plastic? By Janet D'Amato I Can Save the Earth! by Alison Inches, Little Green Books Planet Earth: 25 Environmental Projects You Can Build Yourself by Kathleen M. Reilly Plastics by Kate Weber Recycle That! By Fay Robinson Recycles Craft Box by Laura C. Martin Recycling Materials by Sue Barraclough Recycling Plastic by Joy Palmer Reducing and Recycling Waste by Carol Inskipp Reducing Garbage by Sue Barraclough Respecting Our World by Sue Barraclough Reusing Things by Sue Barraclough Taking Care of the Earth: Kids in Action by Laurence Pringle Waste Not: Time to Recycle by Rebecca Weber Where Does the Garbage Go? By Paul Showers Why Does Litter Cause Problems? By Isaac Asimov

The Following Books Are Found at Libraries, Used Book Stores, or Online

50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Recycle by Earthworks Press

50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth by Earthworks Press Adventures of an Aluminum Can, The by Alison Inches, Little Green Books Adventures of a Plastic Bottle, The by Alison Inches, Little Green Books Beautiful Junk: Creative Classroom Uses for Recyclable Materials by Karen Brackett and Rosie Manley Bob's Recycling Day (Bob the Builder Vinyl Sticker) by Annie Auerbach

Crafts from Recyclables: Great Ideas from Throwaways by Colleen Van Blarisom (editor) Earth Book for Kids by Linda Schwartz Earth-Friendly Outdoor Fun: How to Make Fabulous Games, Gardens, and Other Projects from Reusable Objects (Earth-Friendly Series) by George Pfiffner Follow That Trash! All About Recycling (All Aboard Reading) by Francine Jacobs Garbage by Eleanor J. Hall *Garbage by Karen O'Conner Garbage by Robert Maass Garbage and Recycling (Young Discoverers: Environmental Facts and Experiments) by Rosie Harlow and Sally Morgan *How on Earth Do We Recycle Metal? By Rudy Kouhoupt I Can Save the Earth by Anita Holmes The Lorax by Dr. Seuss Mr. Garbage (Bank Street Ready-To-Read) by William H. Hooks The New 50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth by Earthworks Press *Recycle Metal by Joy Palmer Recycled Paper: From Start to Finish by Samuel G. Woods The Recycler's Handbook by EarthWorks Press Recycle: A Handbook for Kids by Gail Gibbons (editor)

Recycling by Gary Chandler and Kevin Graham Recycling: Meeting the Challenge of the Trash Crisis by Alvin Silverstein, Robert Silverstein, and Virginia B. Silverstein *Recycling Paper by Judith Condon Round and Round Again by Nancy Van Laan *Saving Planet Earth by Rosalind Kerven Sir Johnny's Recycling Adventure by Jackie Hutto (Editor) Taking Out the Trash: A No-Nonsense Guide to Recycling by Jennifer Carless Trash! by Charlotte Wilcox *Waste and Recycling by Barbara James *Waste Disposal and Recycling by Sue Becklake What Can We Do About Recycling Garbage by Donna Bailey *These books are currently out of print. However, they can still be found in libraries, used book stores, and on

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