By Dan Gutman
With essays from well known children’s booklet authors comparable to Ann Brashares, Jeanne DuPrau, Caroline B. Cooney, Laurie Halse Anderson, Bruce Coville, Gennifer Choldenko, and over a hundred others, every bit is an informative and encouraging name to young ones of every age to appreciate what’s taking place to the surroundings, and to do so in saving our world.
Helpful information and evidence are interspersed all through. This booklet could be an outstanding school room software to educate younger readers how they could support to make the Earth a greener position.
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First, it doesn't load landfills with bags full of clippings. ) I hate seeing huge stacks of grass-filled bags awaiting the garbage truck. Second, this means I don't need to use fertilizer, which does nasty things to groundwater and puts too much nitrogen in places where it doesn't belong. I have to confess that my reluctance to bag the clippings isn't totally driven by noble reasons. I do tend to be lazy. But it makes me feel good to know that being lazy is sometimes good for the planet. DAVID LUBAR has written all sorts of pollution-free books, including Hidden Talents and, appropriately enough, In the Land of the Lawn Weenies and Other Warped and Creepy Tales.
When some people think of cities, they think of a lot of garbage and pollution. But a lot of us city dwellers don't have cars and don't use gas. For example, I ride my bike or take the subway. Nobody has to heat my house. I live in an apartment building with a few hundred people, so we all share one boiler. I pick up after my dog … and now I even put the waste in biodegradable bags. But I have a guilty secret: I like to use paper plates. I love to have my godchildren, nieces and nephews, and now greatnieces and great-nephews all stay with me, but I don't love cleaning up.
And going easy on the gas pedal is good. ‘s. I get zip from my beloved car. Still, I am tough. My broken heart mends itself over and over. Instead, I take my kudos from the dollars I save and from the thought that I am doing this eensy-teensy thing for the environment. If your feelings are easily hurt, if you can't take a little snubbing from an inanimate object, I think you should buy a gas guzzler. It will never turn its nose up at you. Your wallet will be lighter, too—less drag in your purse, less bulge in your hip pocket.