Learning how to help the environment has never been more enjoyable and interesting! This environmentally aware coloring book encourages kids to recycle, conserve energy, and follow other ecologically sound practices. The 23 illustrations depict children gathering aluminum cans for recycling, planting... read more
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Learning how to help the environment has never been more enjoyable and interesting! This environmentally aware coloring book encourages kids to recycle, conserve energy, and follow other ecologically sound practices. The 23 illustrations depict children gathering aluminum cans for recycling, planting trees, and engaging in other practical and fun activities that help protect the environment.
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