The Best Recycling Books for Kids
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Every day should be Earth Day, and kids are never too young to learn about recycling. Starting young, kids like to help around the house, so instilling good stewardship habits early makes it natural for them to recycle. Sorting and categorizing is fun when you have containers at kid level, and you can even turn it into a game.
These books about recycling should help get you on track for doing your part to help our environment. If you have some favorites that I’ve left off my list, please share in the comments!
Our favorite recycling books for kids
- The Berenstain Bears Go Green
- Charlie and Lola: We Are Extremely Very Good Recyclers
- Where Does the Garbage Go? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
- Recycle!: A Handbook for Kids
- How to Help the Earth-by the Lorax (Dr. Seuss) (Step into Reading)
- Miss Fox’s Class Goes Green
- The EARTH Book
- Our House Is Round: A Kid’s Book About Why Protecting Our Earth Matters
- What If Everybody Did That?
- The Curious Garden
- See Inside Recycling and Rubbish
- The Cardboard Box Book: Make Robots, Princess Castles, Cities, and More!
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