Help Your Parents Save the Planet: 50 Simple Ways to Go Green Now!, Text by Gregory Rutty, published by PlayBac. Hey kids, School’s out! You have all this extra time now. What to do with your summer vacation? Save the Planet! Help your parents save the planet now. No Superpowers Required!
About the Book
“Here is your first guide to going green, filled with practical ideas that are easy to do, don’t cost a thing, and are perfect for the entire family”. Colourfully illustrated and well laid out, this book is full of ways to reuse, reduce and recycle. With family or friends, for play and entertainment or just being environmentally friendly, this book covers all with ways that are simple, with common sense. It is easy to read and do”.
I love getting the kids involved in saving this planet of ours. After all, they have to keep their room tidy, why not the world? Most young imaginations comes from creativity and the ability of taking one thing old and useless and turning it into something else more fun. Garbage day awareness is something that every kid should know about. Make it a challenge to see who can produce the less garbage in the house and have a reward like a fun picnic in the park or beach day. Help Your Parents Save the Planet: 50 Simple Ways to Go Green Now!, has some awesome tips and hints for us all. Go green in the kitchen begins by mentioning to us to make sure the dishwasher is full before running it, suggests we eat what we buy and don’t waste food and that empty containers and a few dried beans makes handy and fun maracas. The book goes on with fun and easy things for kids to do and remind their parents to do as well.
There are no food recipes in this book, but the entire book is a recipe on how to save the Planet.
INTRODUCTION TO A GREEN LIFESTYLE
- Before you get started, try to remember a few simple things: First, don’t worry about doing everything all at once. Take it slowly; maybe try one new idea each day or each week. Going green is about changing the way we live, and it may take time to teach your parents everything you’ll learn here. The important thing is to keep trying!
- Second, going green means not always doing or buying everything you want, which may be difficult at first. Just remember that many small sacrifices and tiny changes can make a big impact on the earth – and the power to make these changes is in your hands!
- The last thing to remember is to have a good time! Sharing these ideas and tips with family and friends is part of the fun. Encouraging others to adopt a green lifestyle is rewarding for you and the environment.
You know better. You can make a difference. So what are you waiting for? Let’s go save the Planet!
Kids, to Win your own copy of Help Your Parents Save the Planet: 50 Simple Ways to Go Green Now!, text by Gregory Rutty, simply leave a comment at the end of this blog, and as well answer this question. What are you already doing to help teach your parents how to save the planet?
Good Luck, Lady Locavore