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Alison Inches has written over 80 books for children, including a bestseller, Go to Bed, Fred! She is also the author In the Kitchen with Miss Piggy, The Candy Bar Cookbook: Baking with America's Favorite Candy and Designs and Doodles: A Muppet Sketchbook. Alison lives in California with her husband, Ric and their son, Hunter.
Mark Chambers has illustrated numerous international books and products. He graduated from the Lincoln School of Art and Design in the United Kingdom. Mark currently lives and works in London, England.
It's kind of a goofy story, but my 2nd graders always enjoy it, and I like how it explains the process of recycling.Published 2 months ago by good game but little bit ext
A very good blend at story telling and information. My son loves the story and it is a regular at bedtime.Published 13 months ago by Mike
My four year old has become interested in recycling- the why and how of it is her most recent fascination. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Louise Mendez-Flores
My kids really enjoyed learning how an tin can gets reused, and how important it is to recycle. They learned how to keep the planet clean and healthy and even how aluminum is made. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jaffa Shakarov
This is a great book for students to understand the process and importance of recycling. I used this with second graders while learning about Earth Day.Published 21 months ago by Amanda McGarrell
My kids love this book. They liked learning about what happens to aluminum cans after they are picked up by the recycling trucks and it helps reinforce concepts on the first grade... Read morePublished 21 months ago by gr8ful4her
This book is cute and interesting. My elementary-aged kids and I each learned new information. I'm glad to have bought it.Published on December 27, 2012 by Susan Buck
I love that this is not just a fact-driven book, but an actual story of the process of creating an aluminum can. It a great "green" read for young children.Published on July 30, 2010 by A. Emery