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Kindergarten-Grade 2-With her familiar cut-paper illustrations, Wallace has placed her friendly rabbit family in a new situation. Minna is taking part in a contest at school in which the students are asked to make posters, and the best ones will be chosen for the Community Recycling Calendar. As the week progresses, she notes the many ways that her family recycles on a daily basis, from composting to sharing used books. She finally comes up with her idea and sets to work. On the day of the big announcement, Minna waits in suspense as each month is assigned a poster, and her name is not called. However, her disappointment is short-lived when her poster is selected as the cover art-"Re-re-remember. Re-re-recycle every day!" Using found materials to create the lovely art, the author/illustrator practices what she preaches and invites readers to search for the recycled materials. An activity and a game are appended. While the book's message is obvious, there is enough of a story to keep youngsters interested. However, the real value of the story is as a complete recycling lesson.-Carolyn Janssen, Children's Learning Center of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, OH
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Product Details

  • Age Range: 6 - 8 years
  • Grade Level: 1st - 3rd
  • Lexile Measure: 600 (What's this?)
  • Paperback: 41 pages
  • Publisher: Two Lions (March 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0761452907
  • ISBN-13: 978-0761452904
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,143,026 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I love being out in Nature in all seasons - hiking, camping, star gazing, playing in the snow, gardening, beach combing - looking... listening...touching... being filled with WONDER. Nature is where many of the ideas for books come from. I love doing research and having those - WOW! I didn't know that - moments. I also paint seascapes... and love going to art museums. Guess which of my books that inspired! I write and illustrate books about what I love to do and what I care about. I love sharing with children and adults, my writing process, how I create my artwork and sharing what I have learned about visual literacy. Happy me, lucky me, being a children's book author and illustrator.

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This was a really age appropriate book about recycling and making a difference. I used it with my preschool class this week to talk about Earth Day and the letter "R". Minna and her class are making posters to compete in a contest for a calendar for the community. Minna takes the whole week to think about what her poster should look like. Each day her family does something to be green. They donate old or outgrown clothes, use reusable bags at the grocery store, recycle cans, donate books, compost and use plastic containers instead of plastic wrap to save left over food. At the end of the week Minna makes a poster for recycling everyday.

It can be hard for young children to see how they can make a difference, but each of the ideas Minna's family does is something young children can see and understand. After reading I had the students raise their hands if these are things their families already do. Lots of them hand their old clothes down to a friend or family member, use reusable bags and recycle cans and bottles. Last summer my family started composting. My children love to take kitchen scraps to the compost bin. During the winter I didn't take a lot out there, but now that it is warming up I can't wait to get started again.
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My daughter (now 5) and I have enjoyed this book over the last year and it has helped her understanding of reuse and why we need to do it. It as also improved our recycling (we now have a box of scrap paper for her to use and I'm using more plastic containers and less plastic wrap). The game seems silly but she seems to enjoy it and learn from it. I doubt we'll play it more than a few times more (less than 10 times total).
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Recycle Everyday! tells a story about a recycling poster contest while suggesting numerous ways for people to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Very child-friendly message. Illustrated using recycled materials. Includes a game and an activity. Karen Woodworth-Roman, Children's Science Book Review
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A Kid's Review on March 6, 2013
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Reduce,reuse and recycle are three more "R's" that have become part of the educational process for students today. Aimed at young children, "Recycle Every Day" introduces children to the concept of sustainable living and shows them ways that they can work with their families and community to protect the environment. The book includes a recycling game and activity that could be used as part of a classroom or home project. While the concept is good, the pace is a bit plodding and it does not strike me as engaging enough that children will be particularly drawn to re-read.
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This is a cute book about bunnies having a recycling poster contest at school. It covers everything about recycling from what can be recycled to where you can recycle and how things are recycled. This book can be read aloud or alone. It has so much information or recycling it can help anyone any age kid teen or adult understand more about recycling and how it helps us all.
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Minna was brightly singing inside the house even though it was raining outside. "Recycle. Recycle. Recycle." Her bunny brother Pip wanted to know what the word meant and Mom explained, "Recycling is when you reuse or fix things instead of throwing them away." Minna was thinking about the poster she was going to make for school. She had to think of something very unusual because she was hoping it would be picked for the "Community Recycling Calendar." Dad said that maybe they could help her think of some things she could use in her poster.

On Monday the whole family "looked through their closets and dressers," picking out things they no longer used. Off to the Community Clothing Bank they went. No, that wasn't want Minna wanted. "I'm still thinking," she declared. Tuesday they cleaned up the yard and "put all the leaves and weeds into ... the compost maker. " No, that wasn't what Minna wanted. "I'm still thinking." On Wednesday they returned cans, Thursday they used their tote bags, and Friday they brought gently used books to the library. Mmmmm! Just what kind of recycling project would Minna use on her poster?

This is a nice look about bunny Minna's family and how they recycled. Of course there are many different ways that people recycle and young children are now becoming more aware of them. There are units in school and libraries have mini-programs and projects for young children to participate in. The artwork is adorable and, naturally, the collage is made of recycled materials. In the back of the book is a Recycle Game, a Really Recycle Activity, and a challenge for readers to find the assortment of materials the author used to create her collage. This book would be a perfect one to use to introduce a unit or project to young students learning about recycling in the homeschool or classroom setting.
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I enjoy recycling various items in our home to use for collages and other craft projects for our children. Reading this book is good encouragement for our family to keep doing what we already love. It has also provided additional ideas for future recycling projects.

There's more to this book aside from the impressively creative collages that illustrate its pages. It includes a recycle game in the back and photos of recycled materials for children to go back through the book to find. These activities should effectively keep my daughter interested in the book long past re-reading it for the story (which she has already done twice-she really likes this book!).

Both the days of the week and the names of all twelve months are included in the text (calendar pages are also printed in the inside front and back). It is helpful that the "three R's" of recycling (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) are clearly defined at the end of the book under "Author's Note."

Great book-looking forward to future titles by this author.
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