Friday, November 18, 2011
Trouble on Earth Day, by Kathy Stemke, is the story of Shelby Squirrel, a youngster who is thrilled to have won an Earth Day Poster contest. As Shelby's family of squirrels contemplate the meaning of her poster, namely to "re-think" how some items might be recycled, they start brainstorming ways to put their saved and cast-off items to good use.
When Shelby encounters a bird in short supply of materials with which to build her nest, she comes to the rescue with some of the items her family had recently decided to recycle. Shelby and her new friend pool their efforts and resources to create a beautiful new nest.
With interactive games and projects, including additional Earth Day history information at the back, this book is an excellent resource for educators on the topic of recycling.
Trouble on Earth Day earns the Literary Classics Seal of Approval.
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