A one-of-a-kind eco project book that practices what it preaches. It is completely reusable and recyclable!
Most books are just meant to be read. But this is no ordinary book. This book turns itself into dozens of eco-projects to inspire you to think more about our planet.
This book doesn’t just want you to read about reducing, reusing, and recycling. The Extraordinary Book that Eats Itself asks you to DO something about it, too.
You can cut up, fold, tear, and reuse every single page— even the cover—to make all sorts of great projects, from planters and seed writing papers to eco-badges. There are eco-quizzes and nature games, growing projects, and organic recipes, bug hotels, and plastic-free diaries.
All the activities can help you to change the way you think about the natural world, and how you can make a real difference. And don’t worry if what you do seems small. If everyone joins in, together we can make a BIG difference!
About the Author
Big eyes, lots of smiles, bright colors, and plenty of fun—Spanish artist Pintachan creates lively and whimsical imagery that’s charming because it’s so simple. He's supplied illustrations for some of the biggest brands in the world, including Sky 1, The Telegraph, The Red Cross, and Scholastic.
Susan Hayes is an award-winning writer of children’s illustrated non-fiction books. Susan believes that all children have an innate curiosity and thirst for knowledge, if only it is stimulated and allowed to flourish. She is especially passionate about the environment and getting children engaged in the natural world.
Penelope Arlon is an award-winning writer of non-fiction children's books. Her titles take young readers on incredible journeys - to the bottom of the sea, to the outer reaches of the Solar System, and back in time to the world of the dinosaurs and the lands of Ancient Egypt.
“The fun concept here will captivate budding Earth Day fans.” — Parents Magazine
"A unique eco-friendly activity book." — The Bookseller
"This work truly is extraordinary." — ReaderTotz
"The creative projects in this book will keep kids busy for hours while teaching them earth-friendly ideas." — Good Reads with Ronna