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Three Cheers for Trees!: A Book about Our Carbon Footprint
This title covers these subjects: Renewable energy resources., Pollution., Trees.
Three Cheers for Trees!: A Book about Our Carbon Footprint
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Three Cheers for Trees!: A Book about Our Carbon Footprint

Lights on or lights off? Take your bike or ride the bus? The choices you make every day affect the planet. Learn about carbon footprints and ways to be earth-friendly.

 
Dewey621.042
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades 1-2
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
GRLL
Lexile Level640L
ATOS Level3.2
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #156369
Early Intervention Level22
  
Text TypeInformational Text
  
ISBN978-1-4765-8192-7
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandA+ Books
Copyright2013
  
Page Count32
LanguagesEnglish
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Science Books & Films - Paul R. Cooley, The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, CA

"STARRED REVIEW! Three Cheers for Trees and What’s Sprouting in My Trash, two books from the Earth Matters series, offer simple, clear and accurate explorations of their subjects. Aimed at early primary school children, each book has easy to read text with related color illustrations. Short glossaries and supplemental reading lists at the ends of the books are a plus. An online reference, www.facthound.com, leads to additional material. What’s Sprouting in My Trash introduces nature’s own recycling, of fallen leaves helping to enrich the soil. Worms and microorganisms in the soil do the work to turn waste into humus. The book describes composting, including what should and should not be used yes to vegetable material, no to meat since it may attract unwanted wild animal attention. It suggests experimenting with composting in a glass jar. I did not try this but it seems an interesting idea. The rest of the material on composting is consistent with my long experience in having compost piles that turn into humus very useful for gardening. . . .The other book, Three Cheers for Trees, discusses our carbon footprint, including why we call it that, and has suggestions for reducing it, celebrating the importance of trees in the carbon cycle. Mentioned are reuse of material goods and recycling of items not reusable and substituting walking or bicycling for mechanized transit." - Science Books & Films

June 1, 2013

Reading Today Online - Karen Hildebrand, Ohio Library and Reading Consultant

"...opening pages of this book show footprints in the sand on a beach providing the analogy to begin a discussion of what a carbon footprint is for young readers. . . .Beautiful photographs continue the message in this book suggesting ways to conserve and reuse/recycle all kinds of things." - Reading Today Online

March 20, 2013

 
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