Earth Day Custom Bundles
What a wonderful little planet this Earth is. It’s the home of everything we’ve ever touched or loved. Radical changes are happening on our planet. It’s not too late for us to learn more, make changes and preserve our planet for generations to come. These books teach kids from 4 -12 about our environment and about people who have worked hard to conserve it. These bundles make a great gift for your budding environmentalist!
Dive deep into the inner workings of eco-systems with the How Nature Works Bundle.
Let’s Save Our Planet: Forests: Discover the Facts. Be Inspired. Make A Difference is a beautifully illustrated hardcover book that educates readers about the different kinds of forests that populate our planet, the high and low-tech ways that conservationists are using to protect our forests and tips on how we can all get involved in ways both big and small. Climate Change, The Choice is Ours: The Facts, Our Future, and Why There’s Hope! is an interactive hardcover book with a spinning arrow in the middle. Readers will be introduced to the causes of climate change and presented with a range of positive actions they can take to make a difference. Inspiring all future change makers, Dr. Wangari Maathai used her voice to in Dr. Wangari Maathai Plants a Forest preserve and protect the environment in her native Kenya. She won a Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts!
The Climate Culture Changers Bundle tells the stories of real people who dedicated themselves to influencing the culture to protect the environment.
Harlem Grown: How One Big Idea Transformed a Neighborhood is the story of a neighborhood changed its local environment to improve the larger environment. Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Wangari Maathai used her voice to in Dr. Wangari Maathai Plants a Forest preserve and protect the environment in her native Kenya. We are Water Protectors draws its inspiration from the example of Native American communities’ centuries-long efforts to conserve life-giving water for all the inhabitants of Earth today and generations in the future.