Learn about the problem of single-use plastic — and what to do about it.
On his birthday, Nick challenges his friends to spend the day without using any single-use plastic. This means they bring their own cloth bags, say no thanks to plastic straws and decorate with paper streamers instead of balloons. Along the way, the kids learn what plastic is made of, how much of it surrounds us and how it’s polluting our oceans and affecting the food chain. Most importantly, the five friends learn ways to use less — including just saying NO!
No plastic? No problem. Readers will be primed for a No-Plastic Challenge of their own!
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This playful series introduces younger readers to essential parts of a community — including the people, places, buildings and more — using a mix of narration, factual information and cartoon-style illustrations. In these books, five friends explore their neighborhood and learn about everything from architecture to farm-fresh foods to mapping concepts. Each book includes a fun activity and an index.
Titles in collection: Follow That Bee!, Follow That Map!, Follow Your Breath!, Join the No-Plastic Challenge!, Look at That Building!, Look Where We Live!, See How We Move!, See What We Eat!, See Where We Come From!.