Sunday, April 27, 2014

GIVEAWAY and Review: What Its Like, Living Green? Book

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I am going a very quick giveaway for a copy of the book What's It Like, Living Green? Kids Teaching Kids, By the Way They Live by Jill Ammon Vanderwood.  I had a chance to read the book and review it for my readers. The book is filled with stories of how other kids and families live green and what kinds of choices they make for their family. It gives lots of ideas from different perspectives. The book is divided in to 6 sections that are titled:

  • What's It Like, Living Green?
  • Recycle
  • Reduce
  • Reuse
  • Responsible for Our Earth
  • Kids Teaching Kids By the Way They Live

Each section is comprised of a number of essays that are written by kids like Sara Sikes, age 13, that wrote "Plastic Bags Contaminate Land and Sea" and adults like Carrol Wolverton, that wrote "Water Tips" as well as essays from the author Jill Ammon Vanderwood like the one titled "Why Are Families Concerned about Chinese Products." The book covers a wide range of topics and offers up many ideas to consider and thoughts on changes to make. There is also a Green Quiz where a kids can take it to see what shade of green their family it. The quiz too helps give ideas on how you could be a deeper shade of green.

The book is geared towards kids 9 and older and is the recipient of several awards including the Indie Excellence Book Awards, Best Books Awards from USA Book News, and Winner of the League of Utah Writers.

It is available for purchase on Amazon for paperback or for the Kindle.

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12 comments:

bxcrochet said...

Looks like a great way for kids to learn about being green.

Michelle F.

savannah said...

The kids teaching kids part! I'm always trying to explain to my little guys why its important to do our part

Erinn Sluka said...

My son is 5 and living green is so broad of a topic it is hard to explain to a child. This book is a great tool!

tara pittman said...

My family is trying to be more green so this will help the kids learn

Sandra McCollum said...

Great book for kids! We are working on this too, so happy others are as well.

Laura Smith said...

I would love to see the essays that are written by kids, this is really unique!

Julie said...

another great tool to use to teach my kids! And I think they'd really like hearing other kids perspectives

MikiHope said...

What a great book! I love the idea that kids wrote it and it is geared for kids helping kids to learn. If I had children I would certainly get a copy!

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Fun way to teach kids about green living! :)

Virginia Gudiel said...

My daughter has been talking about Earth day and being green lately. This book would be awesome for her!

My Kids Guide said...

Such a great book. I love that there are so many way to help kids to learn to make green choices

Julie said...

Greta book for kids to read!