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Recycle This Book : 100 Top Children's Book Authors Tell You How To Go Green (2009, original release: 2009)

Call Number Y/333.72/RECYCLE

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Kids' NonfictionY/333.72/RECYCLEAvailable
Published: New York : Yearling, [2009] ©2009
Edition:  First yearling edition
Description:  xv, 267 pages ; 20 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780385737210 (pbk.), 0385737211 (pbk.), 9780385906531 (glb), 0385906536 (glb),
Language:  English

What do i do to help save the environment? / Ugly truth about spit / A few small steps / Confessions of a catalogaholic / Hanging out / Yard penalty for clipping / Drinking dog water / Cold pizza for breakfast / Be a superhero / Paperback writer / Turn it off! / Since we can't stop moose from belching / Celebrate arbor day! / Hoax / There is no meat in chocolate cake /

Green and gracious / Joy of worm composting / I?m green / Plunger-man / I zapped my tv set! / Living in the city / Be passive! / Wrong century / My house has vampires! / Green and greener / Your pick / Garbologist / Zeus says : zap this! / Walk, chill, and make a pile / A bright idea / Small choices, big results / It's a wrap! / Six inches in the bathtub and hold the shampoo / Washing dogs and dishes / All wet / Get the dirt out! / From reverence to recycling / Birthday greed / Free your inner artist (start with spaghetti) / Alternative power rocks / Be a sun scout! / Talking trash /

Have stage, will recycle / Swap shop / Go green at school / A vote for the environment / Become a scientist! / Try to teach others / We're history / Green classroom / Paper saver / Giant robots-- they're alive! / Saving gas / Swap, share, save / Safe way to carry on / In praise of feet / Be a green detective / And the award goes to / Proud to be a NIMBY / Where the animals and birds still live / Stamp out witch's drawers / Sharing our wealth / Blowin' in the wind /

Passing it on(line) / Save the toys! / What's in the bag? / Peanuts, anyone? / Eat a real tomato, save the planet / Plants: a matter of life and breath / Earth angels / Found objects / Greenkid / You don't need a pedigree to purr / Be a voice for a river / Legs / Secret karma / Captain mean-green's ten rules to save the planet / Kidpower / Earth rules! (and some simple rules for life on earth!) / A house with a round door / Beach blues / Buying new stuff / Sharky / When in doubt, don't / Nooses, muzzles and jellyfish / Turning worry into action / When the rain refuses to fall / Keep plastic to yourself / Slaying dragons with votes / Our small corner of the planet / Recycling our thinking / A view from the top of the world / Shout / A jungle village : then, now, and future / A beach is made of many small pieces of sand / You, me, us / Temperature is rising / Enough / Use less stuff! / Choose well / Bit by bit by bit / Poop power / Eating locally and seasonally / My savings save the world / World's our home /

by Seymour Simon -- by Gennifer Choldenko -- by Rich Wallace -- by Libba Bray -- by Lois Lowry -- by David Lubar -- by Peg Kehret -- by Jane Yolen -- by Eoin Colfer -- by Joseph Bruchac -- by Eric A. Kimmel -- by Todd Strasser -- by Katy Kelly -- by Gary Schmidt -- by Maryrose Wood

by Kirby Larson -- by Ralph Fletcher -- by David A. Adler -- by Gordon Korman -- by Bruce Coville -- by Elizabeth Levy -- by Gail Gibbons -- by Debbie Dadey -- by Megan McDonald -- by Cynthia DeFelice -- by Gail Carson Levine -- by Matt Tavares -- by Rick Riordan -- by Meg Rosoff -- by April Halprin Wayland -- by Andrew Clements -- by Lurlene McDaniel -- by Eve Bunting -- by Peter Catalanotto -- by Bruce Hale -- by Lisa Desimini -- by Pamela Jane -- by Kathleen Krull -- by James Howe -- by Shannon Hale -- by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor -- by Dana Reinhardt

by Diane Roberts -- by Coleen Paratore -- by Kenneth Oppel -- by Jennifer Armstrong -- by Vicki Cobb -- by Laurence Pringle -- by Michael Dooling -- by Mabel & Jack Gantos -- by Sarah Mlynowski -- by Jim Paillot -- by Lois Duncan -- by Kay Winters -- by Norma Fox Mazer -- by Ann Brashares -- by Kathleen V. Kudlinski -- by Bonnie Bryant -- by Iain Lawrence -- by Gloria Whelan -- by Jon Scieszka -- by Johanna Hurwitz -- by Margie Palatini

by Margo Rabb -- by Suzy Kline -- by Linda Sue Park -- by Sonia Levitin -- by Will Hobbs -- by Pat Brisson -- by Tanya Lee Stone -- by Susan Patron -- by Rosemary Wells -- by Susan Beth Pfeffer -- by Nancy F. Castaldo -- by Roland Smith -- by Matt de la Peña -- by Robert Lipsyte -- by Susan Cooper -- by Rafe Martin -- by Jeanne DuPrau -- by Marcie Aboff -- by Jerry Spinelli -- by Graham Salisbury -- by Daniel Pinkwater -- by Sara Pennypacker -- by Karen Cushman -- by Mem Fox -- by Steve Swinburne -- by Elvira Woodruff -- by Laurie Halse Anderson -- by Ferida Wolff -- by Shelley Gill -- by Bruce Balan -- by William Sleator -- by Mike Shoulders -- by Kathleen Duey -- by Jack Prelutsky -- by Floyd Cooper -- by Tony Abbott -- by Donna Jo Napoli -- by DyAnne DiSalvo -- by Barbara Seuling -- by Henry Winkler & Lin Oliver -- by Caroline Cooney -- by Ben Mikaelsen

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Additional Credits:
Gutman, Dan.

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