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You Can Save the Planet: 101 Ways You Can Make a Difference Award-winning author/illustrator

by Clive Gifford (author), J. A. Wines (author), and Sarah Horne (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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How can we stop hurting our planet? By starting to act. Right now. Like this. Fifty smart ways to make change happen: a call to action for all global citizens. The effects of pollution, global warming and ecological crisis have never been so stark or so visible. Massive global problems need to be addressed. Not tomorrow. RIGHT NOW! Luckily, this book explains what’s going on, and gives you 101 fun and practical ways to make your world greener. At home, at school and on the move – how will YOU protect your planet today?

  • A clear, practical and motivating look at being green
  • Explains the key issues and shows what we can all do
  • Green homes, conservation, green shopping and more
  • Heaps of quick stats, infographics and funny cartoons
  • Empowers every reader to start making a real difference

Product Details

Catalogue number

838 in EU Primary November 2019






Buster Books

Date published

November 7th, 2019

Other details
  • 144 pages


UK edition


Clive Gifford


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