Learn how to become eco warriors

A round-up of locally available books to inspire your family to go green

You already wash only full loads of
laundry, use energy-saving light bulbs and plant trees to reduce carbon dioxide
and increase oxygen. What else can your family do to go green? The answer is
read – educate yourselves about how much more you can do.

Local bookstores have a wealth of
green literature on how parents and children can minimise their carbon footprint,
reduce their water consumption and recycle.

The Book Nook and Books & Books
list top green books for all the family. Included in the round-up are a few children’s

1. Got Sun? Go Solar – Rex Ewing & Doug Pratt PixyJack Press

2. The Homeowner’s Guide to Renewable Energy – Dan Chiras

New Society Publishers ($28)

3. Why should I bother about the planet? – Susan Meredith

Usborne EDC Publishers ($7)

4. 100 Ways to Save the World – Johan Tell & Bill McKibben

Gold Street Press ($17)

Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children
from Nature, Deficit Disorder – Richard Louv

Algonquin ($14.95)

Make It! Jane Bull

DK ($14.99)

5. Easy to be Green:
Simple Activities You Can Do to Save the Earth – Ellie O’Ryan

Simon & Schuster ($4.99)

The Lorax – Dr. Seuss

Random House ($14.95)

Dinosaurs Go Green!: A Guide to Protecting
Our Planet – Laurie
Krasny Brown

Little, Brown ($7.99)

Go Green:
How to build an Earth-Friendly Community – Nancy Taylor-Gibbs


Green, Easy Money-Saving Tips for Eco-Friendly Families – Melissa Seligman
& David Seligman

Publishing Group- ($9.95)

Green goes
with Everything: Simple steps to a Healthier Life and a Cleaner Planet – Sloan

Books ($19.95)

Big Green
Purse Use Your Spending To Create A Cleaner, Greener World –  Diane Maceachern

Avery ($17.95)

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