The Plastic Problem: 60 Small Ways to Reduce Waste and Save the Earth
The Plastic Problem tackles a very important problem; what plastic is doing to the planet and how to help. This book introduces the concept of microplastics and explains the different kinds of plastics. It is colorful and explains all sorts of good concepts. It has good tips on how to make a household environment-friendly. However, it is a list-like book. It is a LIST of ways you can help the environment and reduce plastic. It is not well written but has good content. It is dry and boring. If you want a reference it is okay, but it is NOT a book for a family to buy. It might be okay for a library, but it is WAY too dry for home use. It is written like notes and it is not fluid. The graphic design of the book is fun. The illustrations have personality and are cute. I like the colors and style of this book’s illustrations. It seems homier and is less glossy then most books. I like the fact that the illustrations are all over, and I like how it is short and sweet. This is a good library book, but it is not great for the home.
|Author||Aubre Andrus and Lonely Planet Kids|
|Page Count||112 pages|
|Publisher||Lonely Planet Kids|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|
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