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Take Action: An Environmental Book for Kids

by Ann Love and James Drake
Illustrated by Pat Cupples

Published by Tambourine (U.S. edition), 1993
96 pages
ISBN: 0-688-12464-X

Ages 7 - 11

Throughout sections titled "Wildlife Matters," "Endangered Species," "Endangered Spaces" and "How to Take Action," facts about nature and the environment are integrated with suggested activities that promote understanding of the concept of extinction, the impact of poison on the food chain and other ideas related to how people have affected the rest of the natural world. The emphasis is on how kids, both individually and together, can make a difference in helping the environment and reversing the trend of destruction by taking action in their homes, their communities and around the world.  © Cooperative Children's Book Center


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