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Young readers learn the difference between trash and recyclables in this new, interactive format. Fun, rhyming text shows that everyday paper, plastic and metal trash can serve a bigger purpose when they are recycled!
Each page features press-out pieces in the shape of everyday objects. Little ones can practice placing plastics, paper and metal in the correct bins by dropping these play pieces into the three compartments embedded on the front cover. Taking care of the environment has never been so much fun!
|Product dimensions:||7.88(w) x 7.94(h) x 0.74(d)|
|Age Range:||4 Years|
About the Author
Renee Jablow resides in Los Angeles where she creates pop-ups and novelties for publishing, advertising, and packaging. She learned the art of paper engineering at Intervisual Books (Piggy Toes Press) where she worked for thirteen years. She is credited with paper engineering more than sixty pop-up and novelty books. In 2009, Renee was nominated for a Grammy for "Best Recording Package" for The Ditty Bops' "Summer Rains" pop-up CD package. (www.reneejablow.com)
Mike Byrne sees himself as a Peter Pan figure, never growing up and surrounding himself in a world of children. Like Peter Pan, his home is London, but his imagination is elsewhere, inspiring him to dream up the characters and creations he is known for .