The Extraordinary Book That Eats Itself

Paperback

Read it, do it, save it! Every page turns into an eco project that helps you save the planet and recycles the book.

A lot of small everyday actions can make a big difference. With over 30 eco projects, this is the perfect gift for inspiring the next generation of Greta Thunbergs and David Attenboroughs.

The ultimate environment-conscious activity book, perfect for fans of Greta and the Giants and Guardians of the Planet.

Spend the Easter holidays saving the planet, with fun tips and activities to enjoy with friends and family!

Every morsel of the book is reusable or recyclable, even the cover! Plastic-free gift bags, bug hotel 'rooms', apple seed planters and eco-friendly glue are just some of the brilliant, family friendly activities.

This inspiring, inventive and creative activity book will keep children busy for DAYS!

RRP: £9.99

ISBN

978-0-7555-0208-0

Publication Date

04-02-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

208x272mm

Product Description

Read it, do it, save it! Every page turns into an eco project that helps you save the planet and recycles the book.

A lot of small everyday actions can make a big difference. With over 30 eco projects, this is the perfect gift for inspiring the next generation of Greta Thunbergs and David Attenboroughs.

The ultimate environment-conscious activity book, perfect for fans of Greta and the Giants and Guardians of the Planet.

Spend the Easter holidays saving the planet, with fun tips and activities to enjoy with friends and family!

Every morsel of the book is reusable or recyclable, even the cover! Plastic-free gift bags, bug hotel 'rooms', apple seed planters and eco-friendly glue are just some of the brilliant, family friendly activities.

This inspiring, inventive and creative activity book will keep children busy for DAYS!

Author

Susan Hayes and Penny Arlon, Illustrated by Pintachan

Dr Amy Dickman is the Kaplan Senior Research Fellow in Wild Cat Conservation at Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU). She’s worked in Africa for over 20 years specialising in human-carnivore conflict and community-based conservation. Amy is passionate about environmental issues, not least because she has a five-year-old daughter who “will inherit the Earth that my generation leaves behind…”