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A New Green Hero: Michael Recycle

A new children's book teaches kids the important lesson of reduce, reuse, recycle.
By Kim Wallace
September/October 2008
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Set in the make-believe town of Abberdoo-Rimey, Michael Recycle, by Ellie Bethel and Alexandra Colombo (Worthwhile Books, 2008), is the story of a green-caped crusader who teaches residents—and your child—how to take care of their trash-ridden town. This colorful, poetic storybook conveys the message of “reduce-reuse-recycle” to children as young as 3. Clever go-green tips encourage children to conserve energy and take care of the earth.

 








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