Hoopla Ebooks: Earth Day

All New Crafts for Earth Day by Kathy Ross (2007)

"Best-selling author Kathy Ross offers many ways to recycle household throwaways into useful items, and have a great time doing it!"


Celebrating Earth Day by Barbara Linde (2020)

"Children around the world know that Earth Day is a holiday to show support for environmental causes, such as tree-planting initiatives or beach cleanups. But it actually started in 1970 as a way to protest the issues concerning the environment. Written in accessible language and with appropriate content, this volume introduces readers to the reasons we still celebrate Earth Day today."


Earth-Friendly Earth Day Crafts by Veronica Thompson (2018)

"Crafty readers will delight in celebrating Earth Day by making age-appropriate, Earth-themed projects from odds and ends they already have! Turn recycled paper into a beautiful bloom barrette, give old shoes new life with painted shark portraits, and build a beehive out of used straws."


A Green Kid's Guide to Composting by Richard Lay (2013)

"A Green Kid's Guide to Composting will teach students how to build a compost bin with help from an adult, what to recycle in your compost bin, and how to use compost to fertilize a garden-all without harmful chemicals! A compost research project will give students a hands on activity to get them interested in gardening."


National Parks of the U.S.A. by Kate Siber (2018)

"Packed with maps and fascinating facts about the flora and fauna unique to each park, this fully-illustrated coast-to-coast journey documents the nation's most magnificent and sacred places-and shows why they should be preserved for future generations to enjoy."


Our Big Home by Linda Glaser (2011)

"Linda Glaser's beautiful poem is a wonderful way to gently lead children toward the all-important understanding of caring for our environment. In her lyrical, child-oriented style, she presents the idea that our big home is shared not only with all people but with all plants and animals as well."


Plastic, Ahoy! by Patricia Newman (2014)

"Follow a team of researchers as they explore the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, where millions of pieces of plastic have collected. You'll learn about how scientists studied the Garbage Patch, and what alarming discoveries they made."


Trees by Pamela Hickman (2019)

"This comprehensive and beautifully illustrated book covers everything you wanted to know about trees! Young readers will learn about the parts of trees, the difference between deciduous and evergreen trees, leaf types, the processes of photosynthesis and respiration, a year in the life of a tree and more!"