Absolutely! There are some really good ones out there describing climate change, animals that are endangered, how to raise a “green” baby, and so on. I would recommend checking out BetterWorld Books.com, they give some proceeds of sales to charities, always have free shipping (no minimum purchase) and sell a lot of used books online (saving them from landfills!) Plus they have a global literacy project currently going on which looks pretty cool.
I like these:
* Everything Kids’ Environment Book: Learn how you can help the environment-by getting involved at school, at home, or at play by Sheri Amsel (Paperback – Nov 1, 2007)
* Kids Care!: 75 Ways to Make a Difference for People, Animals & the Environment (Williamson Kids Can Series) by Rebecca Olien and Michael Kline (Hardcover – Sep 2007)
* A Sense of Place: Teaching Children About the Environment with Picture Books by Daniel A. Kriesberg (Mar 15, 1999)
* Recycle!: A Handbook for Kids by Gail Gibbons (April 1, 1996)
This book, published in 2009, is a pop-up book printed on recycled paper that teaches kids what they can do to help around the house and to help the planet. It’s a great book to entertain, as well as a good conversation starter on how your child can make a difference.
A children’s book about the environment is The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. It’s about a company that comes into a forest and cuts down all of the trees and pollutes the air. The Lorax is an easy read and rhymes like Dr. Seuss’s other books. It also encourages kids to treat the environment with respect without scaring them.
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