From School Library Journal
Grade 7 Up—This volume is packed with ideas and suggestions for living green. Chapters describe the work of beauty entrepreneurs, animal-rights advocates, educators, artists, grocers, scientists, and engineers. Women and girls of various backgrounds share their stories of how they are making the world a better place, whether through recycling, creating usable lunch bags, writing blogs, or cleaning up beaches. Scattered throughout the book are vignettes or statements by celebrities such as Hayden Panettiere, Ellen Page, and Jessica Lowndes. Bright colors and copious photographs highlight the lively layout. The book concludes with suggestions for things readers can do to make the environment greener.—Patricia Ann Owens, Illinois Eastern Community Colleges
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About the Author
Lynn Hirshfield is the author of Sassafras: True Confessions of a Poodle Princess
and Sassafras Goes to Hollywood
and was inspired to write this book as a result of her work on the award-winning film An Inconvenient Truth
. Lynn currently runs publishing for Participant Media, the producers of such socially relevant films as The Kite Runner
, Charlie Wilsons War
, The Soloist
, Good Night, and Good Luck
, and Syriana
. She lives in Venice Beach, California. To learn more about Girls Gone Green
, please visit pyv.org.
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