Earth Day is April 22 - it's a great chance for kids of all ages to learn about how they can care for the Earth, small things that make a difference, and the importance of helping in the community. momstown's got 5 great books to help engage kids on Earth Day, and every day!
Emeraldalicious by Victoria Kann
When Pinkalicious and Peter decide to visit their favorite park, they find that it's no longer their favorite place—the park is now filled with stinky trash! So, Pinkalicious decides to make an extra-special wand out of a stick and some flowers. Now whenever Pinkalicious makes a wish, adds a little love, and recites a pinkatastic rhyme, something amazing happens: It's pinkerrific magic!
Earth Day, Birthday by Maureen Wright
It's April 22, and Lion and his friends want to plant trees, recycle bottles, and have fun on Earth Day. But not Monkey. He wants to celebrate his birthday. Can he convince the other animals that it really is his birthday? Violet Kim's humorous artwork, rendered in paper, photographs, and colored pencil, highlight the sunny, friendly world of the animals.
A Leaf can Be by Laura Purdie Salas
A leaf can be a . . .
Find out about the many roles leaves play in this poetic exploration of leaves throughout the year.
The Berenstain Bears Go Green by Jan & Mike Berenstain
The Berenstain Bears live in a wonderful place filled with green grass, blue skies, and lots of furry friends. But on a fishing trip at the creek, the Bear family discovers that the town dump is overflowing. It's spilling garbage into the water! Can the Berenstain Bears find a pollution solution before their beloved county is filled with garbage?
Biscuit's Earth Day by Alyssa Capucilli
Join Biscuit as he helps take care of our green world. From planting seeds to cleaning up, Biscuit's celebration is an exciting adventure for Earth Day and for every day!
Thanks to Amazon for book descriptions.
Do your kids have a favourite Earth Day book?