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My First Book of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Spiral-Bound | October 31, 2022

duopress labs, Åsa Gilland (Illustrated by)

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An innovative board book for babies and toddlers that introduces the concepts of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle at home and helps children connect with the natural world.

Introducing the third title in Terra Babies at Home, a board book series that presents plants, animals, and the environment to early readers from the intimacy of their home and helps them connect to the natural world.

My First Book of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle is a beautiful introduction for babies and toddlers to the simple steps we can all take to help the environment while helping them to develop a connection with the natural world. Like other titles in the earth-friendly series, this book is made with FSC materials and nontoxic inks, and it is 100% recyclable. Simple and quirky text pairs with charming art by Åsa Gilland in this book where future nature lovers will learn how to reduce water and energy use, how to reuse plastic containers and paper, and how to recycle. And that's not all: the book shows readers how to make their own recycling bins in a few simple steps.

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Publisher: Sourcebooks
Original Binding: Board Book
Pages: 22 pages
ISBN-10: 1955834148
Item Weight: 0.7 lbs
Dimensions: 7.0 x 1.0 x 7.0 inches
Customer Reviews: 3 out of 5 stars Up to 30 ratings

duopress labs is the creative team, led by Mauricio Velazquez de Leon, responsible for developing dozens of books and games. Recent titles include the TummyTime®, Terra Babies, SmartFlash™, and High-Contrast series; The Belly Sticker Book; 100 Pablo Picassos; My Fridge; Mix & Match Puzzle: Silly Trucks; and many more.

Åsa's dad was a mapmaker who'd spend summers outdoors detailing aerial photos, while she would pass time in the car, drawing creatures and folks entangled in perplexing drama. That is why Åsa is still pretty good at drawing in a moving car. Åsa is the author of The Perfect Shelter (starred review from Kirkus).