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at least I'm okay picture book about climate change

At Least I’m Okay tells a poignant story about an attitude that is too frequent among us related to climate change. In this important picture book about climate change, the main character, Una the mountain goat, ignores all the changes around her as her friends leave one by one, thinking, “At least I’m Okay”. The …

 
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maya fights for a cause conservation picture book

In Maya Fights for a Cause, construction threatens Maya’s village, but the villagers are not educated and don’t know what to do. Everyone is in despair, until a bright 10 year old, Maya, thinks about fighting for their cause. She realises the only one who can help is the teacher from their neighbouring village, a …

 
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marine conservation protect the ocean activity book

Marine Conservation Activity Book – For future marine biologists this book makes a perfect way to pass the time. The Protect our Oceans a marine conservation activity ebook contains lots of marine conservation-based activities such as a find the word game, matching puzzles, a drawing activity, and a colouring activity, along with lots of facts …

 
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childrens free marine conservation ebook

Wilbur the Lost Whale, a children’s marine conservation picture book, tells a tale of destruction in the ocean at the hands of the humans, followed by a happy ending when Wilbur finds his family in a new protected conservation area, and Wilbur learns that humans are not all bad. An endearing story as Wilbur searches …

 
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Two friends learn about repairing broken items, a shirt, an iron, a bicycle tyre. This story is about inspiring repair and not throwing away broken items to reduce our carbon footprint. Attribution Text: A Stitch in Time (English), written by Himadri Das, Veena Prasad, illustrated by Ankitha Kini, supported by CISCO, published by Pratham Books …

 
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Who ate all that up? Fun reading for young children

Who Ate All That Up? is a fun early reader, also providing some early lessons about the animals in the forest, biology and conservation. The cute illustrations, themes, and repetitive appearances of the ‘hungry wild boar’, will have children highly entertained. Author: Sejal Mehta Illustrator: Rohan Chakravarty This is a level one book, for beginner readers, brought to …

 
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Grandpa's Garden Picture Book Cover

Grandpa Farouk has an amazing garden and when Amir visits, he loves helping out with all the tasks. This picture book is perfect for young early readers. Picture books help keep your little ones interest and attention, by introducing them new words and at the same time giving them wonderful and fun drawn pages Illustrated by …

 
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Jadav - children's nonfiction - biography

Jadav ‘Mulai’ Payeng Biography – Jadav and The Tree Place is a children’s non-fiction book covering the story of Jadav ‘Mulai’ Payeng,  a man who created a forest, by planting one tree at a time. This is an inspiring biography for children including lots of information about environmental friendly actions. Another great non-fiction children’s storybook …

 
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calming manatee

A Calming Manatee is about being beautiful, and more importantly what real beauty is. It is about how it’s more important what you think of yourself than what others think of you. It’s also about how important it is to be kind. The book is aimed at teaching young children about loving themselves and others, …

 
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wildlife in a city pond - conservation picture book

Wildlife in a City Pond is a a level 4 picture from Pratham’s storyweaver platform. Wetlands in any city are seen mostly as wasteland, waiting to be built over. It takes a tireless environmentalist to show us what city ponds really are – magically rich ecosystems worth preserving. Based on a real-life experience, here is …

 
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