Recycle This Book With essays from renowned children s book authors such as Ann Brashares Jeanne DuPrau Caroline B Cooney Laurie Halse Anderson Bruce Coville Gennifer Choldenko and over others each piece is

  • Title: Recycle This Book
  • Author: Dan Gutman
  • ISBN: 9780385737210
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • With essays from renowned children s book authors such as Ann Brashares, Jeanne DuPrau, Caroline B Cooney, Laurie Halse Anderson, Bruce Coville, Gennifer Choldenko, and over 100 others, each piece is an informative and inspiring call to kids of all ages to understand what s happening to the environment, and to take action in saving our world.Helpful tips and facts are intWith essays from renowned children s book authors such as Ann Brashares, Jeanne DuPrau, Caroline B Cooney, Laurie Halse Anderson, Bruce Coville, Gennifer Choldenko, and over 100 others, each piece is an informative and inspiring call to kids of all ages to understand what s happening to the environment, and to take action in saving our world.Helpful tips and facts are interspersed throughout This book will be a great classroom tool to teach young readers how they can help to make the Earth a greener place.

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    1. The essays contained in this book have a wide range of interest level for me. I preferred the later parts of the book focused on the community and the world. Some of the advice given to students I would not hope they follow--like the author who tells children to tell their parents they will clean up their room when the parents stop being wasteful. The ideas mentioned are mostly good, but many authors wrote about the same things so it got a little repetitive. There were several myths about organi [...]

    2. I'm doing a author study in Sandy's 4th grade class on Sara Pennypacker and so I picked this book up because Sara Pennypacker wrote one of the essays in this book.Each short chapter is an essay by a different children's book author about taking care of our earth. It was a great selection of authors - Abby's class is doing a unit on Eve Bunting right now and she has an essay in there. Lois Lowry, Shannon Hale, lots of recognizable names. It was ok as a read through, but I don't think most kids es [...]

    3. Recycle This Book: 100 Top Children's Book Authors Tell You How to Go Green by Dan GutmanGreat Teaching Tool This review is from: Recycle This Book: 100 Top Children's Book Authors Tell You How to Go Green (Paperback) Recycle This BookBy Dan GutmanFrom the cover which looks like a recycled product, to the short simple ideas it contains, this is a very cleaver idea for a children's environmental book.I enjoyed reading this compilation of stories by my favorite children's authors, sharing their wi [...]

    4. Popular children's authors like Lois Lowry, Rick Riordan, Jane Yolen, Bruce Hale, and Jerry Spinelli all provide short essays detailing how they have chaged their daily habits to live a greener life. One hundred children's book authors were contacted by Dan Gutman ( a children's author himself) and asked what they do to reduce waste, save energy, conserve water, or help the planet become healthier. Each essay is the answer to those questions.Kids love meeting and talking with authors and they pa [...]

    5. It isn't really perfect; a lot of authors offer the same ideas – recycle, buy used, don't drink bottled water, turn the water off when you brush your teeth, etc. And some of the ideas aren't exactly feasible for the target demographic of this book – elementary-school-aged kids aren't exactly going to finance a solar roof. But while there are lots of ideas that I've already implemented and plenty of ideas that aren't exactly logical for me (I'm not in school anymore, so I can't organize a s [...]

    6. Recyle This Book: 100 Top Children's Book Authors Tell You How To Go Green, edited by Dan Gutman (2009). New York:Random House. Just as the title says, 100 children's author's give short 2-3 page talks about some type of recycling they do. And they are all written to kids by the authors. It is broken up inot 4 parts - Your Home, Your School, Your Community, & Your World. The ideas in here are wonderful and it would work well as a read aloud and having discussions on the topics the authors ha [...]

    7. 100 children's authors share their best "Go Green" ideas with personal stories included. It's the usual ideas that you expect to hear but a tip from someone you admire, respect or idolize may help you remember. Years ago I read somewhere that Jennifer Aniston brushes her teeth while rinsing the shampoo out of her hair when she showers to conserve water -- you can't imagine the number of times I think about this while doing the same. Just don't get the toothpaste in your hair because then you'll [...]

    8. Couple things:-most of these tips were good, and well-written, but some were awful (watch & discuss An Inconvenient Truth at your child's birthday party?)-pretty redundant (multiple authors wrote basically the same things)-most tips were pretty common sense or well-known, but some were surprisingly interesting-it was kind of cool to read the entries of authors I love&remember from when I was younger. It's nice to know so many of them are at least somewhat environmentally-conscious.

    9. While some of the essays in this were repetitive, on the whole they were short, humorous, and filled with good ideas. Few of them were new to me, as I've read dozens of books on green issues by now, but they would serve as a really good introduction to elementary/middle school kids about green issues. I particularly like that the focus is on what changes even kids can make to help improve our world, instead of just detailing how bad things are right now.

    10. Many famous children's book authors share what they do to save our planet - simple ideas, which can easily be put into practice. The short 1-2 page essays not only make good read-alouds to spark discussions on taking care of the environment but also provide a great opportunity to learn about and get interested in a wide variety of authors.

    11. This are such short passages I can see using it in the way I once used to book 50 Ways You can save the Earth. Each passage could be a read aloud prior to science class each day. I liked the sections (Your Home, Your School, Your Community, and Your World). Because there are so many, I probably would pick and choose the selections I liked.

    12. 100 authors suggest ways of going green in chapters called: Part 1: your homePart 2: your schoolPart 3: Your communityPart 4: Your worldPoints out that at some point, people who made these mistakes won't be around to fix them and it will fall on today's students to fix them. If they don't none of this will matter.

    13. There are so many ways to go green that are really helpful for people of all ages, not just kids. Some of them are repeats throughout the book, but still really great. The book also has a few helpful websites, more would have been better. But it prompted me into buying green gifts, not using wrapping paper, and looking into finding a local farmer's market

    14. I like it so much because the authors in this anthology are largely recognizable, the chapters are short, it's completely full of facts, and for the most part it is not boring or preachy. I plan to buy a copy for the classroom.

    15. This is a great collection of essays. I chose to read just those of favorite authors and found different mixes of humor and earnest green ideas. My son read it cover to cover and proceeded to question our lifestyle. So I guess it could have a positive impact!

    16. Somewhat repetitive, but short & easy to readI guess I must be pretty GREEN already since there was no new information here for me.I particularly liked the essays by Laurie Halse Anderson and Andrew Clements.

    17. This is a fun one to just pick up and read when there is only a few minutes to kill. The essays are only a couple of pages long. I can't ever pass up a good children's author anthology. Some of our favorites contribute here.

    18. This book is great for idea for environmental Friendly and it Kids idea also it everyone. There is allot of author on the chapters so it great idea for tips about going to begin environmental books in the futures.

    19. This would be a great book for reluctant readers. It includes 1-2 page essays on what each author does to make the world more green. Most are quite simple, with ideas that anyone can implement right away. Many of the essays are laugh-out-loud funny.

    20. The youngest family member received this book from our friend Debbie as her b-day present. Wow! It is terrific. She immediately started reading it, then started reading out loud to us, and has become engaged in the process of becoming more green. We have started implementing 2 ideas already.

    21. It was only okay. The idea behind the book is better than the actual content; the book gets repetitive quickly. Some parts were very funny and some parts were very silly.

    22. I am going to buy this book and read it to my 4th grade class. Good ideas on how to save our environment.

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